According to the score results revealed yesterday, the A16 Bionic is not even as good as the A15 Bionic in terms of performance. according to GeekBench score results, the A16 Bionic is only stronger than the A15 in single-core but even lower than the A15 in multi-core performance. However, according to the latest score results, the A16 Bionic finally shows its true strength, with a performance that is faster than the A16 Bionic and is only stronger than the A15 in single-core but even lower than the A15 in multi-core.
According to ShrimpApplePro’s updated benchmark scores, he wrote “iPhone 14 Plus vs iPhone 13 Pro Max” in his tweet. Both models should use the A15 Bionic chip, so the single-core and multi-core scores should be similar, but in fact the difference between the two benchmarks is quite large.
Shown as “iPhone 15,2” in the tweet screenshot, this should be the iPhone 14 Pro, powered by the latest A16 Bionic chip. The machine’s single-core score is 1887, and the multi-core score is 5455. The previous multi-core score of the iPhone 13 Pro Max was 4790 points.
When Apple officially announced its latest SoC, the company emphasized its focus on power efficiency, but we know somewhere that performance is expected to improve as the latest custom silicon is mass-produced on TSMC’s 4nm architecture. With the latest results, the A16 Bionic not only easily beats the A15 Bionic, but also gains an even bigger lead and bragging rights in the smartphone SoC performance charts.
The iPhone 14 Pro runtime scores revealed yesterday