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GPU performance of the Apple A16 chip has increased by more than a quarter compared to the A15

GPU performance of the Apple A16 chip has increased by more than a quarter compared to the A15

Data from the popular AnTuTu benchmark shows that the Apple A16 Bionic processor, used in the latest iPhone smartphones, significantly outperforms the previous generation A15 Bionic chip in terms of graphics unit (GPU) performance.
Image source: ArpleThe A16 Bionic is the \"heart\" of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, while the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus use the A15 Bionic.
The processors have identical architecture: they are six processing cores (two performance and four energy-efficient), a five-core GPU node and a 16-core neural processor engine (Neural Engine).Image source: ApTuTuIn the AnTuTu test the iPhone 14 Pro smartphone scored a total of 978,147 points, the iPhone 14 Pro Max model - 972,936 points.
This is approximately 19% more compared to the iPhone 13 series with the A15 Bionic chip.The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models compared to their predecessors show a performance increase of CPU cores by 17%, memory - by 10%.
As for the graphics node, its performance rose by more than a quarter - by 28%.Image source: ApTuTuAdd that in the test AnTuTu used the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max versions, equipped with a 1 Tbyte flash drive.
The devices carry 6 GB of RAM.

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