iPhone 13 Pro Geekbench | Apple A15 Bionic Geekbench Score
This week Apple released the iPhone 13 series of cell phones and iPad mini tablet, processor upgraded to A15 Bionic, except that the Pro version is only full-featured 5 core GPU, other models of GPU neutered to 4 core GPU.
For the performance of the A15, Apple’s description this time is very confusing, the launch site comparison is the so-called Android’s strongest rivals, claiming that the CPU is 50% ahead of the performance of the competition, the GPU is claimed to be 30% ahead of the performance of the competition, but there is no detailed information.
Well, on the introduction page of iPad mini 6, Apple gave comparative performance data of A15 compared to A12 (previous-generation iPad mini 5), with a 40% CPU improvement and 80% GPU improvement.
So how much of an improvement is there over the A14 processor in the iPhone 12 series? There are already tested performances of iPhone 13 Pro on Geekbench. Running the score for the iPhone 13 Pro GPU alone, with a Metal score of 14,216, a 55% improvement compared to the iPhone 12 Pro’s average of 9123 points.
Combined with Apple’s publicity, the A15 processor GPU performance improvement is indeed still quite a lot, there is no regret in this regard, after all, the GPU can continue to stack material. In another performance test of CPU, iPhone 13 Pro Geekbench test scores reached Single-Core Score of 1728, and Multi-Core Score of 4695 points.
Furthermore, Geekbench runtime also revealed that this iPhone 13 Pro’ Apple A15 Bionic base frequency reached 3.23GHz, (previous generation 2.99GHz) and coupled with 6GB RAM.