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."
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