Following the appearance of the GeekBench benchmark library showing the CPU benchmark scores, the GPU benchmark scores of the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max were also exposed recently. The results showed that they were up to 30% higher than the previous generation.
According to foreign technology media MySmartPrice, three models, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, were found in the GFXBench 5.0 database.
Note: GFXBench is a GPU benchmark library that mainly measures the number of frames of a phone in rendering graphics-intensive tasks.
In the 2560*1440 resolution Aztec Runis High Tier Offscreen test, the iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max scored 3078, 3905 and 3649 frames respectively. The A17 Pro was up to 19 frames higher than the previous generation. %.
The A17 Pro on the iPhone 15 Pro series of smartphones rendered an average of 7414 frames. This equates to about 115 frames per second, which is 8 frames per second more than the A16.
In the 1080P Manhattan 3.1 Offscreen test, the rendering frame rate of Apple iPhone 15 Pro was 12912 frames, which is equivalent to 208 frames per second; compared to the previous generation iPhone 14 Pro, it was about 500 frames more and about 10 frames per second more.
In the benchmark, the A17 Pro scored 12,386 frames, and the A16 chip scored 9,417 points, 31% higher than the previous generation.
GFXBench once again confirmed that iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max are equipped with 8GB of memory; benchmark results also confirmed that iPhone 15 Plus is equipped with 6GB of memory.
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