This part of the 3DMark iOS app helps you learn more about the performance of your device. It helps you answer questions like, "How does my device compare with the market?" and "Is my device sensitive to overheating?" and "How has the performance of my device changed with iOS updates?" This section also lists the main specifications for your device.
This card tells you how your device ranks against other models and how it compares with the average score for all devices tested in the last quarter of the year.
The chart shows how your best result compares with the average score for your model and with the average score from all devices tested in the last quarter.
The Performance Range chart shows the spread of scores for your device. The peaks show the most common scores from other people with the same model. You can also see how your best score for the test compares.
The shape of the chart tells you a lot about the performance of your device. A narrow range means the device has consistent, stable performance. A wide range of scores means that the device may slow down when hot or multitasking. Lower scores may also come from devices running an older iOS version.
Performance by OS version
iOS updates can breathe new life into older devices. New features and interface design changes can give a device a fresh, modern feel. Beneath the surface, driver optimizations and changes to the operating system can improve performance, stability, and battery life.
This card shows how iOS updates have affected the performance of your device. The chart shows the average benchmark score for each iOS version available for your device.
This card shows the main technical specifications of the device, from its hardware (SoC, CPU, GPU, RAM, storage) to screen (type, size, resolution) to physical properties (dimensions, weight) and much more, all on one screen.