The first results show that the A14 Bionic chip is over 20% faster than the previous model. The iPhone 12 Pro benchmark shows a single-core score of 1,597 and a multi-core score of 4,152, about 26% higher than the iPhone 11 Pro scores: 1,327 and 3,289 in single-core and multi-core, respectively.
Similarly, the iPhone 12 Pro Max is around 20-25% faster than the iPhone 11 Pro Max, although there are only two results so far.
As expected, the performance of the iPhone 12 Pro appears to be more or less in line with the new iPad Air, which is also equipped with the A14 Bionic chip.
It should be noted that some iPhone 12 Pro results show significantly lower multi-core scores, but Geekbench founder John Poole says it’s common with brand new iPhones that have a new “out of box” setup.
A14 Bionic and is the first 5nm SoC mounted on a smartphone. There is talk of a 6-core CPU and a 4-core GPU. The graphics performance double compared to the previous generation. Finally, the Neural Engine achieves 80% higher results than in the past with 16-cores available. The ISP has also been significantly improved, which allows the new iPhone 12 Pro camera to perform even better and to make shots and videos of the highest quality.