Apple introduced its iPhone 14 series of smartphones comprising four models this year. While the vanilla iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Plus make do with last year’s Apple A15 Bionic processor, the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max are powered by the latest Apple A16 Bionic chip, which is based on the 4nm fabrication process. The A16 Bionic is a six-core processor with two high-performance cores clocked at 3.46GHz.
The iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max smartphones bearing the Apple A16 Bionic recently visited the Antutu benchmarking website, according to a report. The iPhone 14 Pro managed a score of 9,78,147 and the iPhone 14 Pro Max posted a score of 9,72,936. Both the devices were equipped with 6GB RAM + 1TB internal storage and were running on iOS 16.
Breaking down the scores, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max achieved a maximum of 2,46,572 points in CPU, which is about 17 percent more compared to the iPhone 13 Pro variants. The memory score also saw a decent uplift of 10 percent. However, it is the GPU where the Apple A16 Bionic outclasses the older A15 Bionic chip with a score of 4,08,723. It exhibited a massive improvement of about 28 percent in GPU performance over its predecessor.
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Going by this chart, the iPhone 14 Pro achieved 2,46,572 points in CPU performance versus the 2,10,728 of the iPhone 13 Pro. The bigger iPhone 14 Pro Max managed scores of 2,41,999 in CPU as opposed to 2,14,394 of the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
Talking about the GPU score comparison, the iPhone 14 Pro delivered 4,08,723 compared to 3,18,716 of the iPhone 13 Pro. The iPhone 14 Pro Max posted 4,03,717 versus 3,18,962 of the 2021 iPhone 13 Pro Max. It is evident that the GPU scores are significantly higher in the 2022 models. Strangely though, Apple did not mention it during the launch event.
Bear in mind that these are synthetic benchmarks and might not translate to real-life performance. Hence, it is advisable to take these with a pinch of salt.