The 3DMark application version number applies to the software as a whole. It changes often as we add new features and make updates to ensure compatibility with the latest devices. We recommend using the latest version of 3DMark.
A benchmark version number—for example, Sling Shot v2.2—is specific to a test. Benchmark version numbers change rarely and only when absolutely necessary.
You can check the current application and benchmark version numbers from the Settings screen.
3DMark Sling Shot iOS Edition 1.0.1034 — January 14, 2021
This update removes links to the 3DMark API Overhead app, which is no longer supported and no longer available from the App Store.
3DMark Sling Shot iOS Edition 1.0.1032 — November 18, 2020
- Removed Ice Storm from the Benchmarks list. Ice Storm tests no longer provide useful results with modern iOS devices. Ice Storm results and links have been removed from this app.
- Set the maximum score for 3DMark Sling Shot and Sling Shot Extreme. The app displays “Maxed out” for devices that exceed the maximum score.
- The app recommends 3DMark Wild Life for devices that “Maxed out” in 3DMark Sling Shot.
3DMark Sling Shot iOS Edition 1.0.1010 — October 23, 2020
This is a minor update. Benchmark scores are not affected.
- Improved compatibility with the latest models.
3DMark Sling Shot iOS Edition 1.0.785 — September 28, 2016
- Improved compatibility with iOS 10.
3DMark Sling Shot iOS Edition 1.0.745 — April 18, 2016
This update fixes a bug from the previous release (1.0.734) that inflated Physics test scores. Scores from this version are again comparable across all compatible platforms and devices.
3DMark Sling Shot iOS Edition 1.0.734 — March 29, 2016
Added Sling Shot Extreme, a more demanding test for the latest high-end smartphones and tablets. Sling Shot Extreme uses Apple's Metal API and a 2560 × 1440 rendering resolution. You can compare Sling Shot Extreme scores across platforms.
- UI improvements.
3DMark Sling Shot iOS Edition v1.0.484 — October 16, 2015