In typical Apple fashion, the iPhone XS announcement of its trio of iPhones, the company didn’t give much specifics about its chipset outside of the 7nm process and their core count. But RAM and clock speeds weren’t confirmed.
Luckily, a Geekbench listing is here to fill in the gaps. Two benchmark sheets reveal the multi and single-core performance of the new A12 chipset powering the iPhone XS, XS Max and XR as well as the RAM on board.
iPhone XS Max and XR benchmark results
As expected, there’s not much improvement in the multi-core performance but the single-core score is…