Apple has announced that it has teamed up with Google and Mozilla to create the newest version of Speedometer, a benchmark for testing browser efficiency.
Apple was instrumental in the creation of Speedometer and Speedometer 2. And, on Thursday, the company has announced that it will pair up with the Firefox and Chrome creators for the next benchmark.
Apple's WebKit team announced the collaboration over Twitter.
We're excited to work with @googlechrome and @firefox on the next Speedometer benchmark, which measures real-world browser performance on the Web. Working together will help us further improve the benchmark and improve browser performance for our users.https://t.co/8NoPzoh9mF pic.twitter.com/21EjlN1u3z— WebKit (@webkit) December 15, 2022
Speedometer, according to its GitHub page, is a benchmark for web browsers that measures web application responsiveness by timing simulated user interactions on various workloads. We've used it here at AppleInsider for new hardware evaluation.