Leaked iPhone 12 Pro Max benchmark results are not impressive.As one might expect, Apple did not launch the iPhone 12 at the “Time Flies” event, but released the Bionic chip A14-the chip that will power the upcoming mobile phone.
The new chip is based on the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC)’s 5nm process, encapsulating 11.8 billion transistors, improving performance and power efficiency. In contrast, the A13 silicon inside the iPhone 11 is a 7nm chip containing 8.5 billion transistors.
Apple said that A14 is 40% faster than A12, while A13 is 20% faster.
TSMC earlier revealed that its 5nm node technology is nearly 15% faster than the current 7nm node technology.
Based on this, we can speculate that A14 bionics will lead to a 15% performance improvement.
How does this translate into real-world performance? Obviously, someone found the iPhone 12 Pro Max on AnTuTu, but the results were not satisfactory.
Compared with the iPhone 11 Pro Max, the score of this new phone is about 9% higher.
Reasonable guess: Apple A14 will pay more attention to reducing power consumption and heat dissipation, as well as improving artificial intelligence performance.
More importantly, the score of the a14-powered iPhone 12 Pro Max is not even as good as that of the Snapdragon 865 plus phone.
Apple may release the new iPhone at the end of this month or October, and sales of the professional version may begin in November.
In short, the iPhone 12 Pro Max currently seems to be under development, and Apple may further optimize its performance before releasing this device.
Even if this is not the case, the Bionic A13 is also a behemoth, and even a 10% increase in performance will greatly improve.
The power consumption of the Bionic A14 is expected to be 30% lower than the previous generation, which shows that Apple will pay more attention to energy efficiency this time.
Snapdragon 875 may eventually be faster than the Bionic A14
If the bionic chip A14 does not run as fast as Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 Plus, the upcoming Snapdragon 875 may eventually be significantly ahead of Apple’s latest chip. This will give Samsung Galaxy S21 (S30) and other upcoming Android phones an advantage over the iPhone 12.
Even when he was excited to make a typo, A14 still progressed slowly, which gave Snapdragon 875 a great opportunity.
The benchmark test results also show that the screen of the iPhone 12 Pro Max does not have 120Hz
At this point, it is almost certain that all new iPhone models will be equipped with a 60Hz display. If further proof is needed, compared to A13, A14’s UX score remains unchanged, which means it will maintain the same refresh rate.
The iPhone 12 Pro Max AnTuTu is used up, and the A14 chip has a small theoretical performance improvement compared with the previous generation A13. The UX score is basically unchanged, the screen refresh rate of this machine is 60Hz