dramatically changes its iPhone line-up, both in terms of display size and cheaper pricing. But new information has revealed one nasty surprise where Apple’s new phones may well fall short: performance…
‘Great Secret Features’ and ‘Nasty Surprises’ are my regular columns investigating the best features / biggest problems hidden behind the headlines.
Breaking down the results for the listed ‘iPhone 11,2’ (expected to be the iPhone X Plus as the iPhone 8 Plus was identified as the ‘iPhone 10,2’), we discover Apple’s upcoming phone has just 10% greater single-core performance and 5% greater multi-core performance than last years models.
This would amount to the smallest generational chipset upgrade in iPhone or Android history.
The exact numbers come out as follows:
- iPhone X (2017) – single core: 4206, multi-core: 10,123
- iPhone X Plus (2018) – single core: 4673, multi-core: 10,912
Latest posts by Peter Bordes (see all)
- A Super Simple ESP8266 IOT Motion Sensor - July 21, 2018
- Intel And Micron Call It Quits On Bleeding Edge Memory Development Collaboration - July 21, 2018
- Sharpies and Glue Sticks Fight the Gummy Metal Machining Blues - July 21, 2018
More from Around the Web