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Apple iPhone 15 Pro with A17 Pro chipset in Geekbench test

The Apple iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max were announced earlier this week as the first smartphones on the market with a 3Nm chipset. The Apple A17 Pro chip has a 6-core processor with two performance cores and four efficiency cores. According to Apple, the new CPU runs 10% faster than the old A16 Bionic chipset. Conveniently, the first benchmark results for the new iPhones can now be found on the Geekbench benchmarking service. They reveal some additional details about the A17 Pro chip and provide a basis for comparison with last year’s A16 Bionic.

The Apple iPhone 15 Pro (iPhone 16.1) managed 2,908 single-core points and a multi-core score of 7,238 points. For reference, last year’s iPhone 14 Pro scored 2,500 single-core and 6,400 multi-core points in the Geekbench test. This means that the single-core score is 16% higher and the multi-core score is 13% higher. Geekbench also revealed a base clock speed of 3.78GHz for the performance cores in the A17 Pro. This means that Apple currently has the fastest performance cores ever in a mobile chipset. However, there is currently no information about the efficiency of the core clock speeds.

The Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max (iPhone 16.2) achieved 2,846 single-core points and 7,024 multi-core points in the test. The new Geekbench benchmarks also confirm 8GB of RAM. It will be interesting to see how the new A17 Pro chip performs in terms of efficiency. The new 3nm process should give it a clear competitive advantage in this regard.

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Toni Hobrecht
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