The collapse of the performance of the iPhone 6 After Apple TV update to close the loophole Spectre

It seems that the gap Spectre was a problem discovered, and it will be your problem more after dissolution, after the launch of the Apple TV for a new challenge in trying to bridge the gap Spectre everyone expected a decline in the performance of the phones and especially the old ones, but the early results are not promising at all. According to data published by the Dutch Melvin mogae after the experience conducted on the iPhone 6 to see the effect of the transition from the iOS version 11.1.2 to 11.2.2, they have reduced the CPU performance of the iPhone 6 by 40% after the update, where the decreased performance of each of the nuclear per and strongly, bringing the performance of nuclear per from 1561 to 924 by 41%, while the performance of the multiple cores of 2665 to 1616 by 39%. Trade was made on the same device so it is not taking into account the impact of battery status on the results above, it is possible to have this retreat because of the battery life of the old or low such as during the test making it difficult to get more information. For example with regard to the difference in the results of the Geekbench database, we find there is a conflict between the results obtained in the experiments directly, there are dozens of phones left in the same condition before and after the update there is what I suggested as a result of as a result of Melvin mogae, in the end, it remains difficult to determine the impact of the iPhone 6 with the new update. Sources: Melv1n, Geekbench 1, Geekbench 2

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