The iPhone 6S is set for release on Friday the 25th of September, but that hasn’t stopped one lucky user benchmarking their device that they received early.
Benchmark results for the iPhone 6S are impressive, to say the least, and rival the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and other leading Android devices.
In the single-core test, the iPhone 6S scored 2,413, which is nearly double that of the iPhone 6 and considerably more than the Retina iPad Mini.
The iPhone 6S benchmarks also highlight a staggering 4,795 score for the multi-core test and confirm that there’s indeed 2GB of RAM within the device.
It seems the Apple A9 chip is going to be a massive improvement over the Apple A8 chip, and seems to be just one of the key reasons why you should consider upgrading.
Twitter user @MoonshineDesign was the lucky recipient of the early iPhone 6S, but we wouldn’t get your hopes up for receiving your device any sooner than this Friday.