The first performance tests of the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max are now available to everyone. The results are incredible when compared to the competition, but the truth is that there is not much difference compared to its predecessors.
Today the pre-sale of the new iPhone 15 family begins: iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max and the first performance tests for these smartphones have not been long in coming and confirm Apple’s performance improvement claims for its new A17 Pro chip compared to last year’s A16 Bionic found in the iPhone 14 Pro.
On the other hand, and as mentioned yesterday, a device identified as iPhone 16.1, probably the iPhone 15 Pro, which obtained a great score in the tests, indicates that it has 8 GB of RAM.
In all these tests, discovered by MySmartPricethe iPhone 15 Pro It scored 2,908 points in single-core tests and 7,328 points in multi-core tests. Compared to the iPhone 14 Pro and its A16 Bionic chip, this processor scores 2,642 in single-core tests and 6,739 in multi-core tests.
Meanwhile, the iPhone 15 Pro Max with model number iPhone 16.2 he obtained 2,846 and 7,024 points in the single-core and multi-core tests, respectively. That also compares very positively to last year’s iPhone 14 Pro Max, which scored 2,546 and 6,631 points in the same respective tests.
The iPhone 15 ends up destroying its great rivals like the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
As you have seen before, Indeed, there is improvement, but Apple’s presentation of the new A17 Bionic Pro processor seems like it was going to give much more of itself.
As the company commented on September 12, this new feature includes a six-core CPU, for 10% faster performance and 20% faster GPU performance.
It also has a 16-core Neural Engine that is twice as fast—it can perform 35 trillion operations per second—to accelerate machine learning.
The truth is Things change quite a bit if the comparison is now made with its great rival on the market, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, which has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip. The South Korean smartphone obtains 1,878 points in a single core and 4,973 in multi-core, far from the iPhone 14 Pro models (2,642 and 6,739) and iPhone 15 Pro (2,908 and 7,328).