iPhone 13 and Apple A15 Bionic Beat All Competitors To Top GeekBench Performance Rankings

The results of testing various models of the iPhone 13 line, which are based on the Apple A15 Bionic single-chip system, have appeared in the popular GeekBench 5 benchmark. 

The iPhone 14.5 hides the iPhone 13 with 4GB of RAM, while the iPhone 14.2 matches the iPhone 13 Pro with 6GB of RAM. iPhone 14.3 is the iPhone 13 Pro Max that comes with 6GB of RAM. By the way, GeekBench confirms previously published information that older smartphones, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, retained 6 GB of RAM, while the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini got 4 GB of RAM.

In terms of performance, the highest score is 1734 in single-threaded mode and 4818 in multi-core mode. The maximum frequency is 3.23 GHz, which is 8% higher than the 2.99 GHz in the Apple A14. On average, in single-threaded mode, the Apple A15 Bionic outperforms the Apple A14 Bionic by 9%, and in multi-threaded mode, the superiority increases to 15.7%.

The graphs below show the iPhone 13 and Apple A15 Bionic topping the GeekBench performance rankings.

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