iPhone 11 Benchmark Leaks Out With 4GB RAM and 2.66GHz Base Frequency Clock, A13 Might Be Inside

iPhone 11 benchmark from Geekbench shows some improvements in RAM, base frequency and iOS 13.1 which is being tested currently. It is strongly believed that A13 chipset supports the device iPhone 12.1. Proof for that is 2.66GHz that is more than A12 bionic has. Looking at single-core and multi-core scores we can assume that iPhone 12.1 is iPhone XR’s successor, earlier this year internal codename of the successor was N104. Motherboard identifier here is N104AP. There is not much information about the configurations of the benchmark but Apple might use the same.

On Septemeber 10 iPhone XR’s sequel could be unveiled since Apple sent out invitations a month ago. It is highly expected that iPhone XS Max, XS, and Apple Watch sequels might debut on that date. Fans need to wait almost five days that prepare the company to present new devices which could change the behavior of smartphone market.

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Unofficial cases reveal cameras of iPhone 11 will be closer to each other on one oval place. Size remains the same while thickness may decrease. As Huawei and Xiaomi make long-lasting batteries with a minimum 3000 MAh Apple should have increased MAh of iPhone’s batteries otherwise the number of fans will be faded.

Products mentioned in this post:
iPhone XR
iPhone XS
iPhone XS Max

Source: Geekbench via Wccftech

Alex Krakowsky

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