Apple recently confirmed to launch iPhone 11 series on September 10 at Steve Jobs Theater, USA. The company is speculated to launch three new iPhones to take over the previous generation. All the new will must have the new Apple A13 chipset under the hood, which seems to be surfaced on GeekBench benchmark platform. A device with model number iPhone 12,1 has been spotted on Geebench website.
Furthermore, the device runs on iOS 13.1 with having 4GB of RAM. The base frequency is clocked at 2.66 GHz, almost 7% more than the Apple A12’s 2.49GHz clock speed. When it comes to results, the device scores 5415 points for single-core and 11294 points for multi-core. There is a sharp increase in single-core results compared to average 4800 points scored by its predecessor, while, the multi-core points are almost identical.
Apple iPhone 11 series expected specifications
Based on previous leaks and rumors, the iPhone 11 is expected to arrive with 6.1-inch HD+ LCD display, iPhone 11 Pro packs 5.8-inch Full HD+ OLED display and iPhone 11 Pro Max has a 6.5-inch Full HD+ OLED display. All three smartphones are powered by the company’s latest A13 chipset coupled with Face ID. For optics, iPhone 11 accumulates a dual rear camera setup, while, triple rear cameras are placed on other two variants. Moreover, Wi-Fi 6 support is available for all three iPhone.
For storage, iPhone 11 base variant starts from 64GB and goes up to 512GB, whereas, iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max likely to get 128GB base variant and 512GB for the top model. As far as pricing is concerned, iPhone 11 is expected to arrive at 749$, iPhone 11 Pro price starts from 999$, which goes up to 1099$ for the iPhone 11 Pro Max.