“While most of the recent focus has been whether or not the next iPhone will have a dramatic external redesign, one feature that seems to be universally agreed on is that the new iPhone will incorporate the much faster dual-core A5 processor, which also houses a much faster graphics processing unit (GPU),” Arnold Kim reports for MacRumors.
“The A5 was first introduced in the iPad 2 in March. At the time, Apple said the iPad 2 had up to nine times the graphics performance as the original A4-powered iPad,” Kim reports. “A recent set of GLBenchmark tests by Anandtech (graph above) shows how much faster in this the A5’s GPU is as compared to the A4, at least with respect to certain graphics performance. The results may not be exact, as Apple could underclock the new iPhone’s CPU as compared to the iPad 2, but the results should be somewhat representative.”
Check out the benchmarks in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]