Anand Lal Shimpi & Brian Klug:

As we surmised in our A6 Geekbench post, it looks like Apple specifically targeted improvements in the memory subsystem when designing the A6’s CPU cores. The result is the fastest SunSpider test we’ve ever recorded on a smartphone - faster even than Intel’s Atom Z2460.

But remember, Apple clearly doesn’t care about the web.

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    The new safari is damn amazing! Especially pairing it with safari on Mac! Damn it, I live it!
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    Apple plays with duplicity: they support html5 and the web because they know right now they have an unbeatable...
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    And it doesn’t have a “Quad Core CPU” or 2GB of RAM, that’s imposible!! Oh, wait, Apple optimizes the OS to the...
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