The Cupertino giant is all set to announce the next-gen of iPhones on September 10th. The company recently rolled out the invites to confirm the ‘By innovation only’ event. So far reports suggest. the next-gen iPhone XR will be dubbed as iPhone 11. Today the iPhone 11 allegedly appeared at the Geekbench listing which spills a few details regarding the hardware prowess ahead of the official announcement. Thanks to the more powerful A13 chipset the iPhone 11 brings improvement in the performance department.
The A13 SoC is reportedly one of its kind chipset built using the TSMC’s N7 Pro process. The listing reveals the A13 SoC has Hexa cores as the predecessor. The device is running on the latest iOS 13.1. Those who are unaware the iPhone XR is internally codenamed as N104. The motherboard identifier also indicates the aforementioned phone is indeed the next cheaper iPhone from Apple.
A13 SoC Geekbench performance
The most prominent change is the increase in RAM, the device comes with 4GB RAM instead of 3GB like its predecessor. So we can expect the iPhone XS successor to have even more RAM onboard. In terms of performance, the A13 SoC brings prominent improvement in the single-core department whereas the increase in the multi-core segment isn’t quite huge.
The A13 SoC base frequency is 2.66Ghz which is slightly higher than the 2.49GHz base frequency of the predecessor. The device achieved 5415 points on single-core test whereas on the multi-core test the device achieved 11294 points. As these scores are not from any official sources, we will recommend you take the info with a pinch of salt. The good thing is Apple fans don’t have to wait longer as the official announcement is less than a week away. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.