iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max leak suggests a mind-blowing performance enhancement
iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone Pro Max to get more powerful CPU and GPU.
Apple iPhone 14 rumors are now increasingly reporting a huge boost in performance, much higher than surmised earlier. In the latest development, the iPhone 14 Pro models are rumored to get more powerful CPU and GPU. So far, we have heard enough about the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max getting bigger displays, better cameras and some wonderful features. Now the latest iPhone 14 leak suggests that both the Pro models have shown up to +35% GPU and up to +42% CPU performance improvements. Additionally, the leaks also seem to verify claims about enhanced camera equipment, battery life, and AnTuTu benchmark score.
A leaker iHacktu via VNchocoTaco on Twitter posted the performance figure of the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro models. The tweet suggests that the iPhone 14 Pro models will have GPU + 35% and CPU + 42% performance boost. Though iHacktu doesn't reveal what those GPU/CPU performance percentage increases are in comparison to, we assume that it has been compared to the A15 chipset in the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro.
Also, there will also be an amazing camera and enhanced battery performance by 2 hour 10 minutes. However, the source also reveals a “planned” AnTuTu benchmark of 896,000 points.” The current high score for the Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max on AnTuTu's iOS-based device ranking is 834,092 points, which is only +7.42% less than the alleged iPhone 14 Pro/iPhone 14 Pro Max's score.
Another source, VNchocoTaco, or ShrimpApplePro explained the reason for the performance increase. They suggest that the new upgrade could be due to Apple moving to faster LPDDR5 RAM, with the CPU and GPU of the A16. Only iPhone 14 Pro models are tipped to get this new chip, while the non pro iPhone 14 versions are supposedly retaining the same A15 chipset that we saw on iPhone 13 lineup. This will be a historic first as it would be the first time that the tech giant will offer a two-tier system for its iPhones.