AnTuTu released the first test results for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max smartphones after their introduction. These devices have the most recent Apple A16 SoCs.
The iPhone 14 Pro currently has a score of 978,147, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max has a score of 972,936. The Apple A16 has enabled Apple to significantly enhance the performance of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
AnTuTu: The iPhone 14 Pro Max offers a significant performance boost
In particular, performance has risen by 17% for the CPU and by 28% for the GPU when compared to the Apple A15. The most significant GPU performance improvement in the Apple A series in recent years.
The CPU still includes two extremely fast cores and four energy-efficient cores, while the GPU has five cores. The Apple A16 is produced using a 4nm technology. Transistor density has grown by 6.6%. The frequency grew by 7%, while the number of operations per second climbed by 8%.
Apple claims that the A16 big and small cores may lower power consumption for equivalent performance by 20%.
Yesterday’s 3.85% increase in Apple shares was the largest one-day rise since May 27 of this year. The closing price was higher than the 200-day average for the first time since August.
The Nasdaq-100 has decreased by roughly 22% this year, although Apple’s share price has decreased by just about 8%. Pre-order data reveals considerable interest in the iPhone 14 series, with the iPhone 14 Pro Max overtaking the iPhone 13 Pro Max to become Apple’s best-selling next-generation smartphone model.
Overall, this year’s iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are more interesting than last year’s models. All of this is possible because of a number of advancements. Such as the new Apple A16 platform, a 48-megapixel camera, and the new dynamic island.
This Friday marks the release of the iPhone 14, although the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max won’t be available until October.