iPhone 13 Pro GPU benchmarks show 55% improvement over iPhone 12 Pro | AppleInsider

Although Apple’s iPhone 13 models won’t reach customers until September 24, the smartphone’s benchmark scores have surfaced and show that Apple’s A15 Bionic processor includes massive GPU improvements over the A14 chip in the smartphone. iPhone 12 Pro.

Geekbench scores published in the Geekbench browser On Wednesday sees an “iPhone14,2”, believed to be an iPhone 13 Pro, running iOS 15 on an A15 system-on-chip and achieves a Metal score of 14216. The result is a 55% improvement over the A14 in Apple’s iPhone 12 Pro, which published a score of 9123, according to benchmarks submitted to Geekbench.

The benchmark also reveals a RAM allocation of 5.56GB, which can be translated to 6GB given operational load, Geekbench algorithms, and other considerations. That finding confirms reports that the iPhone 13 is equipped with the same amount of memory as the iPhone 12.

MacRumors reported today on the Geekbench score.

Apple’s A15 variant on the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max features a new five-core GPU that the company claims offers “up to 50% faster graphics performance than any other smartphone chip.” A quad-core GPU is implemented in the A15 used by the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini.

Full benchmarks for the latest A-series silicon have yet to appear. Apple was unable to detail the performance of the A15 CPU at its “California Streaming” event on Tuesday, leading some to believe that the chip did not. achieves the year-over-year improvements typical of Apple’s flagship mobile chip.

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