Apple is expected to launch three new iPhone models by the end of this year. While there has been no shortage of speculations and rumors regarding the design elements and the internal specifications of the three new models, one of the three models has been allegedly spotted on the popular benchmarking site of Geekbench. The benchmark listing reveals some important specifications of the handset.
As per the Geekbench listing which was first spotted by the folks at Consomac, one of the 2018 model iPhones will arrive with slightly better specifications than the Apple iPhone X that was launched last year. The device has been listed on the site under the internal device code name of the company bearing ‘iPhone 11,2’ and comes s with a D31AP motherboard. The listing also reveals that the model was tested last week and it is powered by an ARM processor that boasts of similar capabilities to the A11 Bionic chips found on the 2017 model iPhones. The phone features a six-core processor with a base frequency of 2.49 GHz which is slightly more than the 2017 model iPhone X with 2.39 GHz. However, it is still unclear which of these three models the listing represents.
As mentioned earlier, Apple is expected to launch three iPhone models this year. One of them will be a budget variant with a 6.1-inch LCD display that will replace the iPhone 8, another model with an OLED display that is likely to become the successor of the iPhone X and a premium 6.5-inch OLED display iPhone that will be called the Apple iPhone X Plus. The Geekbench listing further states that one of these models will feature 4GB of RAM which is 1GB more than the 2017 models.
The alleged 2018 iPhone model has secured a score of 4,673 in the single core test and a score of 10,912 in the multi-core test courtesy of a larger RAM capacity. Apart from that, the listing has also revealed the test scores in terms of memory, face detection, and speech recognition.