Earlier Geekbench results painted a dismal picture of the performance of the new Apple A16 chipset, but now the AnTuTu team is looking at things from the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
AnTuTu results: iPhone 14 Pro • iPhone 14 Pro Max
Pro Max scored a total of 978,147 points, while Pro Max managed 972,936. This represents an improvement of around 19% compared to the 13-series models. Also, note that this is a comparison within the 14-series as well, as the new iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus use the same chipset as the iPhone 13 Pro duo. The vanilla iPhone 14 phones have been upgraded to 6GB of RAM like last year (and this year).
Looking at the specs, the CPU performance has increased by a respectable 17%, while the memory output has gone up by 10%. It’s the GPU that’s impressive, jumping 28% from the previous generation. We are surprised that Apple did not mention it during the presentation, which may be the greatest generational improvement in recent years.
For comparison, last year’s AnTuTu scores for the iPhone 13 Pros showed a 17% increase in CPU scores and a 19% increase in GPU scores over the 12 Pro generation. It’s a point of note that jumped 44% last year.
Note that the iPhone 14 Pro pair tested had 1TB of storage, giving it a slight edge over lower-capacity models. Still, the A16 chipset shows a strong performance improvement over last year’s chip.
That said, the highest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 scores are in the 1,000,000 range with the Asus ROG Phone 6 scoring 1,110,172 overall, 261,708 on the CPU test and 469,592 on the GPU test. Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 (which can run on the same node as 8+ Gen 1 and Apple A16) will be released by the end of the year.
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