Preliminary iPhone 6 Benchmarks: Browser, GPU, Web Browsing Battery Life [Charts]

Preliminary iPhone 6 Benchmarks: Browser, GPU, Web Browsing Battery Life [Charts]

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Check out some of these preliminary iPhone 6 benchmark results posted by AnandTech for browser benchmarks, GPU performance, and web browsing battery life.

Browser Benchmarks:
There was a 13% increase in performance when running the SunSpider test and a 7.5% increase in the Kraken test. Notably, the iPhone 6 did better in the SunSpider test but the iPhone 6 Plus performed better in the Kraken test.
Preliminary iPhone 6 Benchmarks: Browser, GPU, Web Browsing Battery Life [Charts]

Preliminary iPhone 6 Benchmarks: Browser, GPU, Web Browsing Battery Life [Charts]

GPU Performance:
AnandTech found that the iPhone 6/A8 generally had a pretty solid lead over the competition in GPU performance. Also the 2208x1242 resolution of the iPhone 6 Plus that all content is rendered at had a significant impact to GPU performance.
Preliminary iPhone 6 Benchmarks: Browser, GPU, Web Browsing Battery Life [Charts]

Preliminary iPhone 6 Benchmarks: Browser, GPU, Web Browsing Battery Life [Charts]

Web Browsing Battery Life:
The iPhone 6 beats nearly every Android smartphone on the market, according to the chart below. The iPhone 6 Plus performs even better due to its larger battery but is not able to touch the Ascend Mate 2.

The battery of the iPhone 6 lasted 11.47 hours when browsing the web over Wi-Fi. Apple claims a battery life of up to 11 hours for this task. The battery of the iPhone 6 Plus was tested to last 13.72 hours when browsing the web over Wi-Fi. This is higher than Apple's claim of 12 hours of battery life for Wi-Fi browsing.

AnandTech has many more benchmark charts. You can view them all at the link below...

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Preliminary iPhone 6 Benchmarks: Browser, GPU, Web Browsing Battery Life [Charts]
manuel1775 - September 23, 2014 at 3:39pm
Apple/iPhone bashing screams desperate. It says "I want one but cannot afford a non plastic, pretend metal band, superior OS phone so instead I try to bring up the tail of my lame wallet. That's all.
Chris101 - September 23, 2014 at 4:37pm
It's desperate the iPhone fanboys, they'll buy anything new, no matter how small the improvement. I don't see how such a limited OS is "better", you can't even - undervolt, overclock, change charging rate, install custom kernel for performance etc... Can't download a torrent program and a variety of many others thanks to Apple. All Apple ever seems to do is copy everyone elses ideas.
iFound - September 23, 2014 at 5:49pm
All trolls do is assume such lie with novo Parison anywhere anytime and you are many one of them, besides who cares about improving the inside, this is why hailbreak was made though, there is also tips to turn on or off anything to make it faster.
Great! - September 24, 2014 at 5:36pm
Chris101, thanks for confirming how easy it is to hack an Android OS. Now let's see, for the general public, would they prefer a device that is easy to hack. Hmm...I wonder...
it wasnt me - September 23, 2014 at 8:17am
Nice! A much lesser wallhugger phone!
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