Apple iPhone 14 Pro / Max Comprehensive Internet Speed ​​Test

Ookla released the US mobile and fixed broadband Internet speed fall report, and T-Mobile continues to lead. The latest research also revealed improved performance on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max phones.

Shortly after the launch of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, a test showed that the iPhone 14 Pro series could deliver up to 38 percent faster 5G speeds compared to the iPhone 13 Pro.

Now, Ookla's Q3 performance report confirms these findings, with the Qualcomm Snapdragon X65 modem in the iPhone 14 Pro significantly outperforming the X60 in the iPhone 13 Pro and the Samsung S22+/S22 Ultra.

Earlier research focused only on 5G speeds, and the Ookla test showed median download speeds across devices, with the iPhone 14 Pro Max leading at 147.42Mbps and the iPhone 14 Pro second at 142.57Mbps.

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra came in third with 102.87Mbps, the iPhone 13 Pro Max came in fourth with 96.46Mbps, and the Samsung Galaxy S22+ came in fifth with 93.06Mbps.

In this study, the average 4G/5G speed of the iPhone 14 Pro Max was over 50% faster than the Samsung Galaxy S22+ and iPhone 13 Pro Max.

The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max also had significantly faster median upload speeds at 17.07Mbps and 16.07Mbps. The average upload speed recorded by other flagship phone devices is 10Mbps-11Mbps, which means that the new iPhone 14 Pro is 50% faster.

When comparing all iPhone and Samsung devices, the latter has the advantage with a median speed of 65.94Mbps, and Apple's 62.49Mbps. Samsung also showed a slight lead in median upload speeds and a two-millisecond lower latency.

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