If Rightware‘s benchmark database is anything to go by, the A8 chip under the hood of the Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus only has a slight advantage over the A7 chip of the iPhone 5S.
The benchmark reveals the A8 chip having only a slight advantage over its predecessor the A7 chip, scoring 21,204.26 points over the A7’s 20,253.80 points. Both processors are dual-core processors.
The Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will be available in stores on the 19th of September. We’ll see by then if this benchmark is accurate.
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