Apple iPhone 5S GFX benchmarks show Apple was telling the truth

Apple iPhone 5S GFX benchmarks show Apple was telling the truth
The Apple iPhone 5 is a fast phone. The Apple iPhone 5S is faster based on GFX benchmark testing. The Egypt 2.5 HD test shows offscreen 1080p (FHD) results of 56 frames per second for the next iteration of Apple's full-price handset. That is a remarkable rise compared to the 29.8 frames per second scored by the Apple iPhone 5. The onscreen testing revealed a frames per second score of 53 for the Apple iPhone 5S versus 41.1fps scored by the iPhone 5.

While the benchmarking proves that the new iPhone is faster than last year's model, it is something that would have been assumed anyway, even had Phil Schiller not said it on Tuesday. While some developers won't want to bother with optimizing their app to the 64-bit architecture of the A7, and use OpenGL ES ver. 3.0, those that do will find Apple iPhone 5S users impressed with how fast their app runs on the Apple iPhone 5S.


source: GFXbenchmark via RedmondPie

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