An Apple iPhone 6s prototype has allegedly been benchmarked by Geekbench. Powered by the tri-core CPU on the Apple A9, the phone scored a single-core number of 1811 and a multi-core score of 4577. That blew some Android handsets, like the HTC One M9, out of the water. The current HTC flagship scored a single-core result of 1232 with a 3587 multi-core score.
And the new benchmarks also shows that the iPhone 6s will have 2GB RAM and not 1GB as some earlier very sketchy benchmarks showed. It wouldn't make any sense why Apple wouldn't add 2GB RAM to the iPhone this year. They did it with the iPad Air 2 last year, and this year the iPad mini 4 and definitely iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s plus will get 2GB RAM.
I'm very excited to see how powerful the iPhone 6s plus will be. As I said in a vlog a while ago, I will use it as my main computer instead of my iPad Air 2 as an experiment to see how much content I can easily create on the iPhone instead of the iPad.