Geekbench 5 is one of the most popular applications for measuring the performance of smartphones, tablets and computers (physics simulation, graphics, computing, encryption, etc.). The utility includes a number of tests, the results of which can be used to judge the efficiency of the microchip and RAM.
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In 2016, the benchmark program received a mobile version so that ordinary users can get reliable information about the performance of their smartphone or tablet at any time. Besides the iOS solution, there are also utility options for Mac, Windows, Linux and Android.
Program interface Geekbench 5 reduced to a minimum – there is only a Run Benchmark button. After clicking on it, the device testing process starts, the results of which are displayed in a separate window.
An example of performance verification by Geekbench 5 tests iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 11 Pro Max:
As you can see from the test, the iPhone 8 Plus scored 917 points in the single-core test and only 1,404 points in the multi-core test, while the iPhone 11 Pro Max scored 1,333 and 3,546 points, respectively.
In a fresh update to the application, the developers have added new tests that measure system performance and the quality of the chip in real conditions. That is, through the program, the user will be able to find out how well his device will cope with tasks that require intensive work of the microchip. In addition, all previous tests have been corrected in order to become more objective.
Download Geekbench 5 for iPhone and iPad (App Store)