Apple A16 Bionic Geekbench Scores
In addition to the front design and rear camera, the biggest difference between iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro is the chipset. IPhone 14 and 14 Plus are equipped with the previous generation of A15 bionic chips, while iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are equipped with a new A16 Bionic chip.
Officially, the A16 Bionic has the same GPU and neural engine cores as last year’s A15 Bionic, and thanks to TSMC’s N4 with about a 6% density increase, the CPU packs nearly 16 billion transistors, increased from 15 billion on A15 Bionic.
Now the performance of iPhone 14 Pro Max’s Apple A16 Bionic Geekbench scores unveiled. A16 Bionic’s single-core and multi-core scores are 1879 and 4664 respectively. In addition, Geekbench also revealed that, Apple 16 Bionic’s CPU frequency, which reached 3.46GHz (A15 Bionic is 3.23GHz), while the machine runs iOS 16 and still has 6GB RAM.
Of course, the performance improvement is not as much as we all expected, but this generation of A16 does bring lower power consumption. Compared with the Android camp, A16 is far ahead of Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 and Dimensity 9000+.