Global Top 10 Best Performing iOS Devices, February 2020
February 2020 has gone in a flash. It is said that the new iPhone will be officially released in March. Before that, let’s have a look at the performance ranking of iOS devices in February.
Today, the performance ranking of iOS devices in February has come out based on the backstage statistics of Antutu. The data collection period was from February 1 to February 29. The scores shown here are all average scores, not the highest ones, which are more representative.
One noteworthy thing is that the ranking data source is the latest Antutu Benchmark V8. The new test scenario “Terracotta Warriors” has been added, which V7 does not have. The scores are higher and the algorithm has been completely upgraded. Therefore, the scores cannot be directly compared with those in V7. Besides, please acknowledge that the benchmark scores of iOS devices cannot be compared with those of Android’s.
The Top two are still iPad Pro 3 (12.9-inch) and iPad Pro 3 (11-inch). These two products are both equipped with Apple’s most powerful A12X Bionic chip. The average scores are 721796 and 709337 respectively. The benchmark score of iPad Pro 3 (11-inch) is slightly lower than that of last month, but it does not affect the fact that its performance, at the overall score of over 700,000, is far better than that of the third place. It seems that before Apple releases its new iPad, these two are going to keep their rankings as the Top 2.
What follows next at the 3rd , 4th , and 5th are the currently latest iPhone 11 series. The specifications are respectively iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11. The scores are slightly different because of different product positions, with the average benchmark scores at 546948, 546930, and 524137.
Besides the powerful iPad Pro 3 and the latest iPhone 11 series, the Top 10 best performing iOS devices are all familiar ones. Those ranking the 6th to the 10th are the following five products: iPad Air 3 (average score of 499028), iPad mini5 (average score of 479662), iPhone XS (average score of 457363), iPhone XS Max (average score of 449356), and iPhone XR (average score 428782). These devices are all powered by the A12 Bionic chip, and that’s why their performances don’t vary too much, neither do their benchmark scores. Together with this time, they’ve made it into the Top 10 list for a whole season.
The best performing iOS devices in February 2020 are still the familiar ones. Despite of different benchmark scores, their rankings are maintained as usual. It can be seen that before Apple releases any new products, these devices will keep their rankings on the iOS best performing Top 10.
The iPhone spring launch event is supposed to be held this month. Let’s see whether the coming new devices can make any change to our list.