The iPhone 14 Pro benchmarks from AnTuTu show significant performance improvements in tests designed to mimic real-life usage of the devices.
Following the previous Geekbench 5 benchmarks, the improvements found are evidently better than anticipated.
Only the two Pro model iPhones have the most recent Apple chip in this case, the A16 Bionic, while the base models have the same A15 chip as those used last year.
Geekbench''s scores are intended to measure raw power, and the results from Geekbench 5 suggest that performance improvement over previous years models was relatively modest.
According to Geekbench 5 ratings, the iPhone 14 Pro has a 1,879 Single-Core Score, while it has a 4,664 Multi-Core Score. Compared to the iPhone 13 Pro benchmark test, the iPhone 14 Pro''s predecessor has a 1,797 Single-Core Score, as well as a 4,659 Multi-Core Score.
With this test, we know that the A16 Bionic chip performs 10% faster in a single core than it has previously, while there is virtually no difference with the multi-core component.
AnTuTu iPhone 14 Pro benchmarks
The AnTuTu benchmarks are carefully designed to determine the improvements owners can expect to see in real-life use rather than the raw power measured by Geekbench. Devices for CPU, GPU, MEM, and UX are all marked.
MySmartPrice publishes data on the results, which AnTuTu described as one of the best improvements made in GPU performance for any phone in over five years.
Both the iPhone 14 Pro and the 14 Pro come with 6GB RAM for the test, and AnTuTu has used the 1TB models. Both devices are powered by a new A16 Bionic processor. The iPhone 14 Pro has accumulated a total of 9,78,147, and the 14 Pro Max has received 9,72,936 CPU scores. In the CPU scores, the 14 Pro scored 2,46,572 and the 14 Pro Max scored 2,41,999.
AnTuTu claims that, similar to the iPhone 13 Pro, the iPhone 14 Pros scores have been increased by 8.1 percent. The CPU performance has increased by 17%, and the GPU performance has increased by 28 percent. This improve in GPU performance is one of the finest in recent years on any phone.
As you can see from the chart below, the scores in all aspects of computing, GPU, MEM (memory), and UX have improved, and the overall scores of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max have reached a new high.
These scores are higher than others had predicted, especially given that Apple chose to say relatively little about the A16 chip in this years keynote.