Apples iPhone 13 designs feature an A15 chip with 6 CPU cores, including 2 performance cores and 4 effectiveness cores. Both the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro gadgets have the very same CPU, but there are differences when it concerns GPU. The iPhone 13 and 13 mini are geared up with a 4-core GPU, while the higher-end iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max have a 5-core GPU.
Offered the distinction demonstrated in Metal scores, that appears to be precise, with the A15 in the Pro designs exceeding the A14. The iPhone 13 and 13 mini have 4GB RAM.
The iPad mini has the very same A15 chip with 5-core GPU thats in the iPhone 13 Pro models, so we can expect the very same graphics performance from Apples updated tablet.
No one has benchmarked among the standard iPhone 13 designs so we do not understand how they compare to the prior-generation A14, nor do we have a criteria of the CPU to compare CPU performance in between the A14 and A15. Apple has said little about the A15s CPU, and instead of comparing it to the A14, Apple instead pointed out that its “as much as 50% faster” than the competition.
Just a day after the iPhone 13 designs were announced by Apple, the first Geekbench score has currently appeared. Someone has benchmarked the GPU performance of the iPhone 13 Pro, and theres a significant performance boost compared to the prior-generation iPhone 12 Pro.
The iPhone 13 Pro, or iPhone14,2, made a Metal rating of 14216, a 55 percent boost compared to the 9123 Metal score earned by the iPhone 12 Pro.
With the iPhone 13 lineup set to launch next week and quickly to be in the hands of reviewers, we wont have to wait too much longer to get additional standards of the A15 that will provide us more insight into its overall efficiency. The brand-new iPhones are set to be offered for pre-order on Friday, September 17 at 5:00 a.m. Pacific Time.