We shared with you the first details about the Apple A14 Bionic processor, where the iPhone 12 series, which will be introduced in September, will be powered. The Apple A14 Bionic performance test, which is expected to be produced with a 5 nm fabrication process, is here.
Apple, which has already been able to achieve very high performance with the A13 Bionic, which powers the iPhone 11 series, will take this even further in its new processor. Because it is seen that there is a big increase in single and multi-core scores.
Apple A14 Bionic performance test revealed
To compare: the results on the left are from the A12X Bionic, which powers the 2018 iPad Pro. This processor appears to be stronger than many 6-core Intel processors. The results on the right are from the Apple A14 Bionic, so we will face a faster mobile processor than many laptops.
A previously shared performance analysis indicated that A14 could embarrass the 15-inch Macbook Pro. The high operating frequency has a huge effect on Apple’s achieving such high scores with its new processor.
This says the processor will run at 3 GHz. Many people do not believe that they will work at these speeds at the moment, but if Apple achieves this, it will be a huge success in thermal (temperature) management.
These figures show that Apple has come a long way in transitioning to an ARM processor-based Macbook. Of course, almost all of this is a claim right now, and a little more time is needed to prove it.