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Originally Posted by Slydude View Post
Your smartphone may not run circles around mainframes but they certainly run circles around the Apple I/II and similar models.
When I saw this I thought...today's smartphones have got to be pretty fast...but where the cut-off was I didn't know. I did some searching...and came across this (cpu benchmark list for Geekbench 3):

Mac Benchmarks - Geekbench Browser

If I'm understanding things correctly...the Geekbench 3 scores are comparable between Apple computers and iOS devices. So according to the scores (from a cpu only perspective)...an iPhone 5s has slightly more/same cpu processing power than a 13" Early 2010 MacBook Pro.

- iPhone 5s (multicore: 2 cores) Geekbench 3 score of 2406
- Early 2010 13" MacBook Pro (multicore: 2 cores) Geekbench 3 score of 2400

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