This evening, the iPhone 14 series was released for review, and judging from the measured data,A16 GPU performance improvement is limited. Toothpaste & throughout; The smell of it.
Specifically, in the GFXBench 1080P Manhattan and 1440P Aztec tests,The iPhone 14 Pro with the A16 scored 196 and 53FPS, while the iPhone 13 Pro Max with the A15 scored 184 and 54FPS, not far behind.
Compared to Android, the Xiaomi 12S, which is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+, scored 185 FPS in GFXBench 1080P Manhattan and 52FPS in 1440P Aztec, similar to the A16.
So the iPhone 13 series, with its A16 chip, is still in the top tier of GPU performance and has no pressure to fight for another year.
It is reported that the A16 chip uses a 6-core central processing unit (CPU), integrated with a 5-core graphics processor, based on TSMC's 5NM process.
Compared to the Android camp,The A16's strength lies in CPU performance, which is close to 1,900 for a single core and 5,500 for a multi-core.By comparison, the flagship chips in the Android camp scored around 1,300 for single cores and 4,300 for multi-cores.
In addition, the A16 is powered by an advanced image signal processor, a four-in-one pixel sensor, and a neural network engine capable of nearly 17 trillion calculations per second to analyze and optimize photos pixel by pixel.
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