Two days after the announcement, the first tests of the iPhone 13 chip appeared on the network | iPhone 13 Pro and iPad mini 6 – A15 Bionic. The new processor has passed a series of tests in Geekbench.
When comparing GPU performance, the Metal test showed a 55% increase compared to the A14 Bionic processor found in iPhone 12 models.
iPhone 13 GPU Performance Test | 12:
- iPhone 13 – 10,608 points;
- iPhone 13 Pro – 14,216 points;
- iPhone 12 Pro – 9,123 points.
Apple has installed A15 Bionic in all models of the new line, but there is a difference between the GPU of the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro. It lies in another additional GPU core that adds processing power to the iPhone 13 Pro | Promax. An additional core, according to analysts, is needed to process the future new ProRes video format.
The A15’s overall processing power rating was as follows:
- iPhone 13 – 1,724 points in a single-core test and 4,586 points in a multi-core test;
- iPhone 13 Pro – 1,738 points in a single-core test, 4,766 points in a multi-core test.
Compared to the performance of the A14, this is about 10% better than last year.