John Gruber at Daring Fireball:
The iPhone 7 scores better on both single- and multi-core than any most MacBook Airs ever made, and performs comparably to a 2013 MacBook Pro.
Imagine how powerful the next iPad Pro and the one after that will be.
Few seem to realize the trajectory Apple’s A series chips are on; and, with them, iOS.
Not to far in the future, every current iOS device will beat every even slightly comparably priced device running Windows or Android on every benchmark you can throw at them. That is so remarkable I’d even say it is just plain weird.
(The reasons are scale, integration at just the right stages and having created a place that attracts top talent.)