The first benchmark tests of new iPhones

The first results of the benchmark tests of the iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max have been published on geekbench.com. They show that the A14 processor, which the new smartphones are equipped with, is more than 20% more spent than its predecessor.




The iPhone 12 Pro scored 1,597 in the single-threaded test and 4152 in the multi-threaded test. The result is 26% better than the iPhone 11 Pro, which scores 1,327 and 3,289 points respectively.

iPhone 12

The same is the case with the Max model. Admittedly, only two results from this device have appeared so far, but they show that it is about 20-25% more efficient than the 1 Pro Max.

iPhones 12 will achieve very similar results due to the fact that they are equipped with the same processors as the Pro series smartphones.

Recent reports indicate that the iPhone 12 and 12 Mini are probably equipped with 4 GB of RAM. The 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max models have as much as 6 GB of RAM.

Source: MacRumors, Geekbench

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