Global Top 10 Best Performance iOS Devices, July 2018
Following our release of the Top 10 best performance Android phones list for July 2018, today Atutu reveals our list of the Top 10 best performance iOS devices in July.
Since the new generation of iPhone products have yet to be announced, the ranking of iOS devices doesn’t change much compared to that of last month. This situation seems unlikely to change over the next two months until the new generation of iPhone products are released in September. Let’s take a look at the specific ranking results.
1.Score: average scores, not the highest scores per model (the actual running results may fluctuate, which is a normal phenomenon).
2.Period of data statistics: July 1, 2018 to July 31, 2018.
3.Data amount: at least 1000 data samples for a single model.
4.Data source: Antutu Benchmark V7.
According to our July ranking, the 12.5-inch iPad Pro (2nd) overtook the 10.5-inch iPad Pro to become the best performance iOS device with an average Antutu score of 277,187. The 10.5-inch iPad Pro took a back seat and ranked 2nd with an average Antutu score of 276,806. Both of the two models feature Apple’s A10X processor, which is the most powerful processor of Apple right now and outperformed A11 processor in terms of CPU performance and GPU performance thanks to its six-core design.
iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8 ranked 3rd, 4th and 5th with an average Antutu score of 235,009, 233,163 and 222,929 respectively. In terms of memory, both the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X pack 2GB RAM, while iPhone 8 just 2GB RAM, therefore the performance of iPhone 8 is not as good as its two iPhone siblings.
Making up the rest of this month's Top 10 are 12.9-inch iPad Pro (A9X processor), iPad 2018 (A10 processor), 9.7-inch iPad Pro (A9X processor), iPhone 7 Plus (A10 processor) and iPhone 7 (A10 processor).
In general, the Top 10 performance iOS devices on this month’s ranking list covered all the iOS devices (A10 and A11 series) released in recent two years. Meanwhile, with excellent GPU performance, the two A9X-powered iOS devices also entered the Top 10, and even outperformed some A10-powered devices.
We hope that the new generation of iPhone devices to be released in September will bring some surprises for us in terms of performance, and in turn add some changes to the ranking list.