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    Default iPhone 5 Benchmarks



    http://www.macrumors...re-1ghz-a6-cpu/


    Impressive. iPhone 5 did better than all the Android competitors

    Here's Anandtech's analysis of the results

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    Default Re: iPhone 5 Benchmarks

    Because we should trust a single result that came from a mac-centric benchmark tool :/ That said, the design of the chip is what really interests me and I cannot wait for the launch and someone to tear the thing open and have a look. Apparently it is Apples own design, which I find shocking.

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    Default Re: iPhone 5 Benchmarks

    I highly doubt these are completely accurate. To begin with, they didnt actually test the devices that were made to go against the iphone. Then the fact that Apple has had mixed results making their own processors before. I have a feeling these are slightly skewed.

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    Default Re: iPhone 5 Benchmarks

    Wait the 4S was single core 800MHz?!?!?!!?! I don't trust this, I don't see how the quad core 1.4GHz S3 could loose to the two core 1.02GHz iPhone.

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    Default Re: iPhone 5 Benchmarks

    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    Wait the 4S was single core 800MHz?!?!?!!?! I don't trust this, I don't see how the quad core 1.4GHz S3 could loose to the two core 1.02GHz iPhone.
    Dont trust any of the Apple fanboy silliness. No the 4s was a dual core 1ghz down clocked and locked at 800mhz. The cpu is most likely a small incemental update to the A5 or A5x cpu used in the 4s and New ipad based on the same A9 arm cores just on a smaller die. To say they doubled performance just from a die shrink is insane. If the Iphone was based on a quad core A9 or a new dual core based on A15 we would have know already. Apple would have filled they airwaves with this info. Instead the limited the discussion around the cpu called A6. Its simple a die shrink, clock bump and updated gpu. These benchmarks are full of it. No way "A6" is beating a dual core A15 clocked at 1.4gz.
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    Default Re: iPhone 5 Benchmarks

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Dont trust any of the Apple fanboy silliness. No the 4s was a dual core 1ghz down clocked and locked at 800mhz. The cpu is most likely a small incemental update to the A5 or A5x cpu used in the 4s and New ipad based on the same A9 arm cores just on a smaller die. To say they doubled performance just from a die shrink is insane. If the Iphone was based on a quad core A9 or a new dual core based on A15 we would have know already. Apple would have filled they airwaves with this info. Instead the limited the discussion around the cpu called A6. Its simple a die shrink, clock bump and updated gpu. These benchmarks are full of it. No way "A6" is beating a dual core A15 clocked at 1.4gz.
    So then how exactly is the iPhone 5 twice as fast as the iPhone 4S???

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    So then how exactly is the iPhone 5 twice as fast as the iPhone 4S???
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    Default Re: iPhone 5 Benchmarks

    Who Cares lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Who Cares lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Who Cares lol
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    Default Re: iPhone 5 Benchmarks

    My Samsung Galaxy is better than any Iphone I could give a sh!t less if its a bit slower lol!

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    well iphone might be better than all the other androids but so is the price.. lol

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    So much iPhone anger in here..

    I guess, I can be the outkast here, As a iPhone user and also have used 3 generations of the phone, 2g, 3g, 4 and now upgrading to the 5.
    It isn't about the race to faster processing for most ppl that use the iPhone, Most like it for its features and ease of use.
    I personally use it for the features it has to offer and the apps that are available for my functions. Also since I have a Ipad the Icloud feature is nice since everything is sync'd automatically, I don't have to transfer it back and forth.. Whatever is on my phone is also on my Ipad.

    Yes, Android has its benefits but so does Apple and iOS. I switched to Android between my 3g and 4 upgrade and used the Samsung GalaxyS II for a while and I can tell you although its a good iPhone, I just found my iPhone to be a little more user friendly with apps and functions. I switched back to my iphone after having the Galaxy S for 3 months. Features wise.. The galaxy just didn't have what I needed.

    IMO - of the phone battle of android over iOS, to put it in simple terms its really just personal preference.
    I also can log into my server at home via a app that is free and easy to set-up (android, at the time didn't have this for me to do). I also can view my security camaras at home since the DVR system I have has a app for the iphone, but not android.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    So much iPhone anger in here..

    I guess, I can be the outkast here, As a iPhone user and also have used 3 generations of the phone, 2g, 3g, 4 and now upgrading to the 5.
    It isn't about the race to faster processing for most ppl that use the iPhone, Most like it for its features and ease of use.
    I personally use it for the features it has to offer and the apps that are available for my functions. Also since I have a Ipad the Icloud feature is nice since everything is sync'd automatically, I don't have to transfer it back and forth.. Whatever is on my phone is also on my Ipad.

    Yes, Android has its benefits but so does Apple and iOS. I switched to Android between my 3g and 4 upgrade and used the Samsung GalaxyS II for a while and I can tell you although its a good iPhone, I just found my iPhone to be a little more user friendly with apps and functions. I switched back to my iphone after having the Galaxy S for 3 months. Features wise.. The galaxy just didn't have what I needed.

    IMO - of the phone battle of android over iOS, to put it in simple terms its really just personal preference.
    I also can log into my server at home via a app that is free and easy to set-up (android, at the time didn't have this for me to do). I also can view my security camaras at home since the DVR system I have has a app for the iphone, but not android.
    Ok thats your opinion, unfortunately your allowed to have one no matter how wrong it is. XD jk But these benches are "facts" that are completely wrong, unless someone can tell me how the hell a quad core 1.4GHz Galaxy S3 could loose to a dual core 1GHz iPhone.

    And with the features I have to disagree, the one thing Apple could've done so easily was add an NFC chip IMO that would have made the iPhone 5 an ok phone but really the only difference between the 4S and the 5 is .5 inches, 1.7mm, 200MHz and 4G LTE. other than that it really isn't different at all. This is why I hate Apple. They could slap a 5 on an iPhone 4S box, charge 100 bucks more for it and still sell out in 2 hours. Another thing that annoyed me was the commercials that always said they had more apps when they really didn't, the app store may have had more that the Play Store but with Android you can install apps (including other markets) that are not available on the Play Store. Also the iPhone 5 is the thinnest smartphone, yes it is by one freaking millimeter. And really the retina display sucks, it's contrast ratio is less than a third of that of the Galaxy S3, it's not LED, and it doesn't support full HD video playback. The standby time of the iPhone 5 is also over 4 days shorter than the S3. And when an Apple fanboy reads this the only argument he'll have is "Well...um...it's APPLE!!!" or "It's shiny!"

    EDIT: Sorry the S3's battery doesn't last 4 days longer, it lasts over 24 days longer um yea, winning
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    I too had an iphone for a while. I used it for about 4-5 months when I realized I needed to get another phone. It was dumbed down so much it annoyed me. Its like it was telling you that you only need these apps, in this place, you dont need this feature or that one but you do want this one. NO I dont. I want whatever the hell I want when i want it and where I want it. If I dont like how it looks I change it. If I want to install this or that I dont have to wait for you to approve it for me. If I wreck my phone so the hell what. ITS MINE!

    That alone is the reason I switched. My Android Phone does not look or function like any other. Why? Because I made my fit me. Color, picture, scrolling speed, haptic feedback level, sounds, notifaction bar,,,,, the list goes on and on. Its MINE. An Iphone looks just like the next persons Iphone. Why because your not allowed to tinker with it. You cant install whatever apps you want. My Android Phones fit me because its free. Free to do with as I please. The Iphone is also 2 years behind Andriod tech. Yay! you got a new dual core! Android has Quads and sick ass duals that smoke quads like blunts. Your display size and res sucks. Just now 4" inch screen? Was it worth the wait? My phone is a Dell Steak. Over 2 years old and its 5". 4.3" HTC HD2 came out how long ago? That was my previous phone and it still was better then an iphone. Android = true innovation and pushing boundries. Iphone = playing catch up, sueing those it cant beat and stale tech. lol Ill pass Apple.

    Oh Im not an Android Fanboy either. When I can hack the crap out of WP8 Ill switch to that. Its faster and better then Android and Ios. Yes it needs more apps but overall the os is way better. If you havent used it dont start MS bashing. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    Ok thats your opinion, unfortunately your allowed to have one no matter how wrong it is. XD jk But these benches are "facts" that are completely wrong, unless someone can tell me how the hell a quad core 1.4GHz Galaxy S3 could loose to a dual core 1GHz iPhone.
    The same way a quad core i5 can beat a hexa core phenom.. "architecture"

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