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iPhone 6S delivered and benchmarked

by on23 September 2015

1.8GHz Dual core, 2GB Ram, fast performance

A lucky lady from San Diego got her iPhone delivered four days before the launch date and her husband was nice enough to do some benchmarking.

They took some photos and videos in 4K and took the new A9 CPU for a benchmarking ride. They confirmed the 2GB RAM, 1.8 GHz core clockspeed. The A9 processor has 64 KB L1 cache for data, 64 KB L1 cache for Data, 3 MB L2 cache. This is a significant increase in clock speed if you take into account the iPhone 6's A8 was running at 1.4GHz.

iPhone 6S in Geek bench 3 scored 2292 in single core and 4293 in a multi score test. This is significant increase from 1635 in single and 2953 in multi core test with iPhone 6.


HTC One M9 with Snapdragon 810 scores 1263 in single core test and 3953 in multi core test. Samsung Galaxy S6 with Exynos 7420 scores 1497 and 5201 in the same test making it faster in multi score test and slower in the single core test. MediaTek Helio X10 scores 950 in single score test and 4101 in multi core score.

The same Adrienne @ MoonshineDesign scored 24842 in 3Dmark Ice Storm Unlimited. The Snapdragon 810 with Adreno 430 graphics scores 21,625. We are certain that the new Adreno core inside of Snapdragon 820 can score more that Apple A9.


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