This is iPhone 7 Geekbench report is not a fake. It's live on the Primelabs site.
The iPhone 7 will have exceptional performance, powered by the new A10 CPU. There have been fake iPhone 7 Geekbench CPU speed tests before, but today there is a new one that is legit. The Geekbench report of an iPhone 7 with identifier iPhone9,3 is online on Primelabs' Geekbench Browser.
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The iPhone 7 running on the A10 CPU with iOS 10.1 reaches Geekbench bench scores of 3,379 for single-core and 5,495 for multi-core. What this values will mean for the use of real world apps remains to be seen. The single core score is about a 900 higher than that of the iPhone 6S. The multi-core score is about a 1,000 higher.
The Android camp gets beaten up in the single-core score by over 1,200. Only in multi-core scores the Samsung Exynos 8890 is on top with over 6,000.
According to this Geekbench report, the iPhone 7 will not have 3GB of RAM, just 2GB as the iPhone 6S. Apple sticks to small RAM configurations.
The iPhone9,3 identifier is also curious. The iPhone 6S is identified as iPhone8,1 and the iPhone 6S Plus as iPhone8,2. The iPhone SE is iPhone8,4. The iPhone9,3 identifier could mean that there are indeed three iPhone 7 models: iPhone 7 (iPhone9,1), iPhone 7 Plus (iPhone9,2) and iPhone 7 Pro (iPhone9,3).
The iPhone 7 will feature besides the new A10 CPU, up to 256GB storage, improved cameras and an improved iPhone 6 design. The home button is likely going to be touch sensitive. Apple will unveil the iPhone 7 on Wednesday at 10am PDT at a media event in San Francisco.