Here's an interesting statistic about the newly released iPhone 7 - its A10 Fusion processor is so fast, it beats out all the other competing phones likes Samsung's Galaxy S7 and the Huawei P9.
The A10 Fusion four-core processor is said to be 40 percent faster than the iPhone 6s' A9 chip, making it "the most powerful chip ever in a smartphone."
Amazingly, due to the efficiency of the A10 Fusion chip, even with the performance upgrades, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus battery life will be, on the average, two hours longer than that of the 6s and 6s Plus.
And check this out: It's even faster than any MacBook Air to date.
As shown by benchmarking results done by the good fellows at Daring Fireball, the iPhone 7 processor leaves current Android devices in the dust when it comes to multi-core processing. Plus, it doubles the speed of the nearest contender in single-core tests. That's like Usain Bolt having a mighty fine triple espresso morning!
MacRumors even suggest that the A10 Fusion processor beats every MacBook Air ever produced. In fact, it was only beaten once by the Intel Core i7-powered early 2015 MacBook Air on multi-core tests.
And here's another statistic for context, the iPhone 7 processor can beat the $6,500 12-core Mac Pro in single-core processing.
Wow, a phone that could edge out a Mac Pro? Interesting times we live in.
Check out Daring Fireball's full report here.