We first saw some benchmarks for the new iPhone 7 with the Apple A10 processor back in July and now the handset has popped up in some benchmarks again.
These new benchmarks for Apple’s iPhone 7 reveal some more details about the handset, these include the rumored 3GB of RAM that we have been hearing about.
The benchmarks are from Geekbench and they show a single core score of 3548 and a multi core score of 6430.
Apple’s new iPhones are expected to come with a number of other upgrades, these will include a new pressure sensitive home button with Touch ID, plus some other design changes.
The new iPhones will have the antenna lines at the top of the device and will also use the Lightning port for audio, Apple are ditching the 3.5mm headphone jack on this years iPhones.
The new handsets will get improved cameras with the iPhone 7 featuring a single 12 megapixel rear camera, there will also be another larger model with dual 12 megapixel cameras. There have been rumors of two different 5.5 inch iPhones, one with a single 12 megapixel camera, the iPhone 7 Plus and the other with dual cameras, the 7 Pro.
Apple are expected to make their new iPhones official next month and they are rumored to go on sale on the 16th of September.