Apple iPhone 14 Pro / Max running score exposure

At the "Far Out" conference in September, Apple released the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, retaining most of the iPhone 13's design - including for mobile phone selfies Notches for the camera and Face ID sensor. Apple also introduced the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, with a "smart island" pill screen to show alerts and background activity, brighter displays and AOD always-on display, an A16 bionic chip, new color options, and more.

AnTuTu released the benchmarks for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max this afternoon, both top-of-the-line models with 6GB of RAM and 1TB of storage.

Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro scored 978,147 points in total, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max scored 972,936 points, an 18.8% increase compared to the iPhone 13 Pro series.

The running score shows that the CPU performance of the A16 chip of the iPhone 14 Pro series has increased by 17%, and the GPU performance has increased by as much as 28%, which should be the highest GPU performance improvement in recent years.

According to Apple's official introduction, the A16 bionic chip is composed of two high-performance cores and four high-efficiency cores. The 6-core CPU brings the speed up to 40% (compared to the A13), using an accelerated 5-core CPU. Graphics processor with up to 50% more memory bandwidth, ideal for running graphics-intensive games and apps, and a new 16-core neural network engine capable of processing up to 17 trillion operations per second provide higher performance in low conditions for all-day battery life.

The GPU and neural engine core of Apple A16 Bionic are exactly the same as last year's A15 Bionic. Thanks to the improvement of TSMC's N4 (third-generation 5nm, about 6% density increase) process, the CPU finally achieved " Nearly 16 billion transistors", a slight increase from the 15 billion A15, and the power consumption should be improved.

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