Testing of the iPhone X, quickly carried out on the Geekbench benchmark, showed unique results, significantly surpassing all the indicators of the currently existing flagship smartphones. The highest results were achieved thanks to the Apple A11 Bionic processor. Less than a week after the presentation of the anniversary flagship iPhone X, the new smartphone was tested on the popular Geekbench benchmark. The test results exceeded the most optimistic expectations, and the performance of the new iPhone X is not only much higher than the competing flagships, but also comparable to the performance of the processors installed on some desktop computers. IPhone X running on the latest version of iOS 11, the output of which scheduled for September 19th. The single-core test (Single Core) showed a result of 4,188 points, and in the multi-core test (Multi Core) iPhone X set a record, reaching a unique indicator of 10,069 points. This result can be compared with the performance of desktop computer systems, including the Apple MacBook. The Single Core test showed a result similar to that of the Intel Core i7-7500U processor. Thus, the iPhone X smartphone is currently far ahead of all flagships running on Android in performance: • Apple iPhone 7 Plus: 3,473 points (Single Core), 5,664 points (Multi Core). • Samsung Galaxy Note 8: 1 987 points (Single Core), 6,784 points (Multi Core). • OnePlus 5: 1,932 points (Single Core), 6,604 points (Multi Core). • Samsung Galaxy S8 (Snapdragon 835): 1 832 points (Single Core ), 6 301 points (Multi Core). iPhone X goes on sale November 3. The flagship runs on the Apple A11 Bionic processor with 6 cores, Apple’s proprietary graphics accelerator and a neural system for functioning AI, supporting Face ID technology.