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The iPhone 6s is one of the most powerful phones in the world.
But it’s not the most stylish.
There’s a new flagship phone that looks like the one that was rumored at Mobile World Congress.
It’s a phone that could look good on anyone’s wrist.
And it’s a bit more than a little sexy.
The phone has a 6.3-inch 1080p display and a 5.5-inch Quad HD display.
That’s the same resolution as the iPhone 6.
And while the 6 Plus isn’t exactly the fastest phone on the market, it’s fast enough that it can do most tasks with ease.
And with the phone running iOS 11.3, you’ll be able to use it as a tablet or smartphone with just a few taps.
That said, Apple didn’t let us use it on our hands for long.
Instead, we had to wait a bit before we could see it in person.
So we asked the folks over at Geekbench to see just how fast the new iPhone 6 could be.
What they found wasn’t exactly as impressive as you’d expect.
But, you know, we’re still curious about it.
It didn’t run on our Geekbench test bench in either of its tests.
Instead we had it run on a MacBook Pro and the Galaxy Note 8.
And that’s how we came to our conclusion.
Geekbench benchmark tests can vary widely in terms of what they measure.
The most recent version of the benchmark has a score of 0.78, which is very similar to the Galaxy S7 Edge, which has a 0.77 score.
The Galaxy S6 Edge also has a slightly higher score, 0.79.
And Apple hasn’t released any benchmark scores for the iPhone 7.
But if you want to know how fast your phone is, Geekbench is a good place to start.
The iPhone 7 scored 3,828,904, while the iPhone 8 scored 3 and a half times that number.
In other words, the iPhone 9 scores 3.9 times the performance of the iPhone 5s and 4 times the iPhone X. So, you’re getting a massive 3.7 times the amount of speed.
But we still don’t know how much faster the iPhone is than the Galaxy, Note, and Note 8 in general.
In Geekbench, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 scores 2,906,895, while that’s a little more than 2.7x the performance.
So while the Galaxy’s score is significantly higher, it still doesn’t quite compare to the iPhone.
But what about battery life?
The iPhone’s battery life is the same as that of the Galaxy.
And we’re not sure if it’s the Galaxy or Apple’s battery that’s more efficient at delivering the same amount of power.
We’ve seen the iPhone take a beating on battery life tests in the past.
It used to score 4.6 out of 5 in Battery Saver.
And its battery life has been a problem since the iPhone’s debut in 2015.
But this new iPhone is different.
In the Geekbench Benchmarks, it scored 4.5 out of 6.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 scored 2,986,091, while Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 scored 2.8x more than the iPhone in battery life.
So that’s the difference in battery.
The Geekbench Battery Saves benchmark is another way to look at battery life in general, but we’ve seen it score far lower than the Apple iPhone.
In a nutshell, the Galaxy and Note are significantly more efficient than the Samsung phones.
But the iPhone has a better battery life than the rest of the pack.
It doesn’t seem like Apple’s engineers are working as hard to make sure the battery is as efficient as possible.
But in the end, that’s all that matters.
If the iPhone had a better screen, the battery life would be a whole lot better.
The screen on the iPhone, of course, is a premium device.
The company has a lot of resources and experience working on its displays.
The display on the Galaxy is a lot cheaper, too.
And the Note 8’s display is much thinner and lighter than the iPhones.
But both phones have much better battery longevity than the current iPhones.
That should be a deciding factor in deciding whether you buy a new iPhone or not.