iPhone 11 Speed Upgrade Could Reportedly Be Smallest Improvement In Recent History

Apple's iPhone XR on display during the device's September 12, 2018, launch.

With Apple one week away from launching the “iPhone 11” series, the leaks are still coming in regarding the Cupertino, California, tech giant’s 2019 smartphone line. These include new benchmark results that supposedly show CPU performance statistics for one of the three models expected to be unveiled in the coming week.

According to a report from 9to5Mac, the latest Geekbench tests show that the device internally known as the “iPhone 12,1” — the likely successor to the lower-priced iPhone XR — registered a 5,415 score for single-core testing and 11,294 for multi-core. While the outlet cautioned that there’s always a chance that benchmark results can be faked, 9to5Mac reporter Benjamin Mayo noted that these figures would make the most affordable iPhone 11 about 12 percent faster for tasks that only require one processor core to be used, but “essentially unchanged” when it comes to tasks where multiple cores are needed.

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