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Benchmarks prove iOS 12 is Apple’s fastest yet

Apple promised speedup from iOS 12.
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Since Apple's announcement of iOS 12 in June, the company says that this new version of the mobile operating system is faster than the previous version. When that is over, we can try that promise.

We tested iPhone X running iOS 12 with a benchmark test and compared the results with this device running iOS 11. Spoiler: I like the results.

Improve iOS 12 performance

Primate Labs Geekbench 4, probably used the best cross platform benchmark application.

When running iOS 12, our iPhone X recorded 10545 in a multicore test compared to the average value of iOS 11 10106. This is a 4% increase, but this is not dramatic, but it is still welcome.

The difference between single core tests is much smaller. The score for iOS 12 and iOS 11 are 4216 and 4209 respectively. This makes it clear that only the operating system can do it.

In the Compute section of Geekbench, 15782 points were iPhone X running Apple's latest operating system compared to the average 15255 of iOS 11. This is an increase of 3%.

Even on the old iPhone

We are aiming not only for Apple's latest model, but also for iOS 12 speed up.

According to iAppleBytes that older iPhone 5S running iOS 12 compared with 2207 scores of the same model running iApp 11, Geekbench's multicore score was 2252, it is a 2% improvement. The single core score showed an increase of 1.6%.

You can also use iPhone 7. The multicore score improved by 1.6% and the single core score improved to less than 1%.

Although these are not dramatic improvements, upgrading old iPhones is denied as new operating system versions are concerned that devices will be broken. This time there is no mistake this time.

But if you want a real increase in speed, the best option is to make an order for iPhone X Max or iPhone XS.

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