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iPhone 5 Beats Everything In Javascript Benchmarks, Twice As Fast As iPhone 4S

iPhone 5 Beats Everything In Javascript Benchmarks, Twice As Fast As iPhone 4S

Beat that!

On Tuesday, the first Geekbench benchmarks surfaced for the iPhone 5. Those have been followed by SunSpider Javascript benchmarks which show Apple’s latest iPhone 5 beats everything when it comes to Javascript performance. It’s twice as fast as the iPhone 4S, and significantly snappier than high-end Android handsets like the Samsung Galaxy S III, the HTC One X, and the new LG Optimus G.

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iPhone 5 May Not Have A Quad-Core CPU, But It’s One Of The Fastest Smartphones Money Can Buy

iPhone 5 May Not Have A Quad-Core CPU, But It’s One Of The Fastest Smartphones Money Can Buy

That’s a fast smartphone.

When Apple unveiled the iPhone 5 last week, the company promised that its custom A6 chip deliver performance twice as fast as its predecessor, the iPhone 4S. But according to the handset’s first benchmarks, this isn’t just the fastest iPhone yet — it’s also one of the most powerful smartphones money can buy.

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Evidence Of Upcoming 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro Surfaces In Benchmark Results

Evidence Of Upcoming 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro Surfaces In Benchmark Results

There have been rumors for the last month or so that Apple is planning to release a 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display later this year. While we haven’t seen any physical evidence of the MacBook’s existence, there have been a few Geekbench scores that support rumors that the new laptop will be coming soon.

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Benchmarks Revealed For Upcoming iMac With Ivy Bridge Processor

Benchmarks Revealed For Upcoming iMac With Ivy Bridge Processor

New iMacs are coming pretty soon, with Ivy Bridge processors that will make them faster than a jack rabbit hyped up on Mountain Dew. Apple is expected to release the new iMacs sometime this summer, but it looks like benchmarks for the new machines have already been revealed, giving us a glimpse at just how speedy Apple’s new all-in-one PCs will be.

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New iPad’s A5X Beats The Pants Off Tegra 3 Graphics [Video]

Apple’s not exactly the kind of company that boasts lightly. That’s not to say they don’t boast a lot — they’re probably the most bragging of all the companies in tech, and for damn good reason — but every boast is weighted against genuine success, not numbers fudging.

So when Apple debuted the new iPad a couple weeks ago and claimed that their tablet — powered by a dual-core CPU and quad-core graphics — outperformed the quad-core CPU and 12-core graphics of the NVIDIA Tegra 3 SoC, a lot of people arched their eyebrows. NVIDIA raised a stink, saying it couldn’t possibly be true. But we quietly suspected that Apple would be proven right.

So guess which is faster in independent benchmarks?

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Early Benchmark Tests For New iPad Confirm 1GB Of RAM, Same 1GHz Processor Speed

Early Benchmark Tests For New iPad Confirm 1GB Of RAM, Same 1GHz Processor Speed

Apple's new iPad has double the RAM of its predecessor.

Early benchmark tests conducted on Apple’s new iPad have confirmed that the third-generation tablet is the first iOS device to get 1GB of RAM, double the amount packed into its predecessor. Its new A5X processor, however, clocks in at the same speed as the A5 chip.

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iPhone 4S is 68% Faster Than the iPhone 4 According to First Benchmarks

iPhone 4S is 68% Faster Than the iPhone 4 According to First Benchmarks

The first GeekBench benchmarks for Apple’s new iPhone 4S prove that dual-core A5 processor makes this baby a super speedy smartphone. Thought your iPhone 4 was quick? The new iPhone is about 68% quicker!

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Apple’s New MacBook Airs Beat Some High-End MacBook Pros in Early Benchmark Tests

Apple’s New MacBook Airs Beat Some High-End MacBook Pros in Early Benchmark Tests

Apple’s latest lineup of MacBook Air ultraportables are not only significantly faster than their predecessors, but thanks to those new Core i5 and i7 processors, they also beat the high-end 2010 MacBook Pro in early benchmark tests.

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