Yesterday, the new iPod touch unveiled by Apple with some interesting changes including the arrival of A8 processor – the same as the iPhone 6 and Bluetooth 4.1 – a first for a headed device. TechCrunch has already performed the first benchmark on these new iPod and has already shown that the processor A8 turns less quickly than the iPhone 6.
The first benchmarks for the new iPod Touch showed immediately that the A8 processor mounted on the device is actually limited to 1.10GHz per core, so it is less powerful than the one found on the iPhone 6.
If the processor mounted on A8 iPod Touch goes to 1,10GHz per core, the iPhone 6 goes to 1,39GHz per core. Scores of Geekbench showing 1379 in single core and multi core in 2440. The reduction of the performance of the processor but is not necessarily a bad thing, indeed could improve the autonomy of the device. Moreover, according to TechCrunch, the new iPod Touch would have 1GB of RAM.
Recall that the new iPod touch is equipped with an 8-megapixel iSight camera for better pictures than previous models, improved camera FaceTime HD, an A8 chip designed by Apple with 10 times faster graphics performance that offer a superior gaming experience , monitoring fitness more precise thanks to the coprocessor movement M8, the presence of ac WiFi and of course compatibility with Apple Music