Performance of the Apple A16 Bionic is disappointing, according to Geekbench results

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Apple just announced the global release of the iPhone 14 series. The smartphones include new features including the A16 Bionic chipset on the Pro models, a revamped user interface, camera upgrades, and emergency satellite connectivity, to mention a few.

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Although the devices have yet to be delivered to customers, Geekbench has already been installed and run on a Pro model. Let’s examine the performance now.

Geekbench Result

An A16 Bionic-powered iPhone looks to have a Geekbench result, according to well-known source Ice Universe. Although it is not obvious if it is the Pro or Pro Max model, the benchmark is not particularly great. The new chip receives a single-core test score of 1879 and a multi-core test score of 4664. For comparison, the A15-equipped iPhone 13 Pro/Pro Max models often achieve single-core test scores around 1730 points and multi-core test scores around 4700 points.

If the Geekbench result for an A16-equipped Apple iPhone is accurate, it may provide an explanation for Apple’s decision to compare the chipset to the A13 Bionic from a year ago rather than the A15 Bionic. Given that it claims the processors use 20% less power than previous models, the business may have chosen efficiency above performance this time around.

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