However, John Poole, the developer of the GeekBench running library, revealed to MacRumors that certain restrictions may lead to multi-core running points close toiPhoneThe A12 processor on the XS and XR, but the specific running peak needs to wait for more evaluation later.
The running score data was discovered by MacRumors Forum member EugW. The device model is iPhone 12,1, running iOS 13.1 system, and the motherboard identifier is N104AP. As early as May, Bloomberg reported that the internal code of the next iPhone XR was N104, and the 9to5Mac reported in July that the model of the device was iPhone12,1.
In addition, the running data also shows that the machine has 4GB of memory, while the current iPhone XR uses 3GB of memory, which is the same as the prediction of the famous analyst Guo Mingqi. The iPhone XS and XS Max already contain 4 GB of RAM, and there are no reliable rumors that their successor memory will grow.