A12 Chip Geekbench 4 Scores On 2018 iPhone Show Massive Jump In CPU And GPU Performance

We’re less than a month away from Apple’s big unveiling of its 2018 iPhone models. The devices have been in high demand judging on the bases of rumors that keep piling up. Since the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was launched a few days ago, one of the most major upgrades in the device compared to its predecessor is its power and speed. While it still lacks behind last year’s iPhone X in terms of Geekbench 4 scores, Samsung is not afraid to brag about it nonetheless. Allegedly, 2018 iPhone lineup’s Geekbench 4 score has been leaked, showing a massive jump in points from the iPhone X.

Samsung even released a set of ‘Ingenius’ ads in which it touts the power and S-Pen functionality. While real-world, performance varies, the Geekbench 4 score does show what we can expect from the device. We’re anticipating the Cupertino giant to release three new versions of its 2018 iPhone lineup constituting od the 6.1-inch iPhone 9 and 5.8-inch iPhone X(S) and the iPhone X(S) Plus. Although, the final name of the devices is not yet confirmed.

2018 iPhone Models With A12 Processors Will Feature Massive Jumps In CPU As Well As GPU

According to a new report from Ice_Universe, there seem to be some more details shared regarding this year’s A12 chip in the 2018 iPhone lineup. He seems to have taken note of the A12benchmark results for quite some time and now, we presume he got his hand on the A12 benchmark scores. According to the source, the 2018 iPhone lineup’s possible incorporation of the A12 chip is capable of reaching single-core score up to 4690 and 12908 on the multi-core front. The results were carried out on Geekbench 4 and respond to the power of the A12 chips.

Apart from the CPU performance, the source also mentions how the GPU performance of the device will be. Comparing to last year’s A11 Bionic chip on the iPhone, the report suggests that the A12 chip inside the 2018 iPhone models will also feature a gigantic jump in terms of GPU performance. He stated that the A12 processor features a very powerful GPU. However, that’s all he could say to keep the pressure from Apple at hand.

Without a doubt, the iPhone X will feature high jumps in performance, as it has been the case with the previous iPhone releases. It all depends on the time when the company releases its 2018 iPhone models to the public next month. Android has been left behind, by a lot of margins and minimal RAM usage from Apple. Apple’s A-series processors are clocked like a mother and we expect the devices to further upgrade.

What are your thoughts on the A12 processor’s Geekbench 4 score on the 2018 iPhone models?

  • Zia
  • August 14, 2018
Zia
 

A tech enthusiast with a few software tinkering elements.