Rose Gold iPhone 6s Arrives Early for One Lucky Customer, Promptly Benchmarked [Photos]

Rose Gold iPhone 6s Arrives Early for One Lucky Customer, Promptly Benchmarked [Photos]

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One lucky AT&T customer has received their pre-ordered Rose Gold iPhone 6s days early than expected.

Adrienne (@MoonshineDesign) took to Twitter in excitement: "Not sure how this happened but my #iphone6s arrived early @ATT @apple "

Adrienne posted some pics of the new device and ran it through Geekbench. The iPhone 6s scored 2292-2413 in the single-core test and 4293 in the multi-core test. To put that in perspective, the iPhone 6 scores 1609 in the single-core test and 2879 in the multi-core test.

John Poole, the creator of Geekbench says, "If the leaked Geekbench scores are correct, a lot of the A9 performance increase comes from a big clock speed increase (1.8 GHz vs 1.4 GHz)." He also noted that "the iPhone 6s and the entry-level 2015 MacBook have approximately the same Geekbench scores."

Check out a few of the photos below and please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates ahead of the iPhone 6s launch on September 25th.

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Rose Gold iPhone 6s Arrives Early for One Lucky Customer, Promptly Benchmarked [Photos]Rose Gold iPhone 6s Arrives Early for One Lucky Customer, Promptly Benchmarked [Photos]

Rose Gold iPhone 6s Arrives Early for One Lucky Customer, Promptly Benchmarked [Photos]Rose Gold iPhone 6s Arrives Early for One Lucky Customer, Promptly Benchmarked [Photos]

Rose Gold iPhone 6s Arrives Early for One Lucky Customer, Promptly Benchmarked [Photos]Rose Gold iPhone 6s Arrives Early for One Lucky Customer, Promptly Benchmarked [Photos]Rose Gold iPhone 6s Arrives Early for One Lucky Customer, Promptly Benchmarked [Photos]
King Rollo - September 23, 2015 at 7:04am
Just to be warned Apple are activating AppleCare early. They have activated mine on the 18th but the phone doesn't arrive for at least a week later! That's a bit cheeky!
zinp - September 24, 2015 at 6:18am
You don't even know the serial number of your device yet, how do you know applecare is activated? Applecare for your iPhone does not even go effect until you actually activate your device with SIM card in it. I don't know what you are trying to do.
Great - September 22, 2015 at 11:26am
Wait till Apple decides to lay it on and produce an 8 core CPU. Whilst the other phone makers have been relying on making many cores to keep up the speed, Apple has been improving its dual core speeds whilst keeping power usage down, and having tight integration with software. Once it ramps up to even more cores, you can be sure the competition will be left scrambling to keep up.
Cedeño66 - September 22, 2015 at 11:35am
Unfortunately, the battery seems as if it will still be garbage.
My Ballss - September 22, 2015 at 12:09pm
Don't comment if you don't have an iPhone. The Plus has a great battery
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