A Geekbench compares the performance of all Apple processors, and the results are staggering
We share multiple statistical graphs with performance results for each Apple processor.
On iPadízate we’ve already shared a comparison of all the differences between Apple’s M1 and M2 processors, and now we’ve come across a performance analysis based on Geekbench tests on all the latest Apple processors.
The launch of the new 2023 MacBook Pro models and the latest generation Mac mini went hand in hand with the implementation of the latest generation M2 Pro and M2 Max chips, causing many experts in the field to compare the performance of these processors.
At Macworld, they recently published a deep performance analysis with Geekbench tests of all the processors that Apple has included in its latest devices. From the A14 Bionic chip in the iPhone 12 to the M2 Max chip in the new MacBook Pro, these are the results.
Geekbench 5 of the performance of Apple processors
Tests of this benchmark determined that the most powerful processor ever released was, interestingly enough, more of a processor than one of two new chips recently introduced into the Mac product line. M1 Ultra chipA brown beast that has eaten the latest generation processors.
There are M2 processors 18% overall CPU performance improvement Compared to M1 chips. M2 Pro and M2 Max processors offer 20% higher performance than M1 Pro.
We did not encounter any surprises regarding iPhone processors. Everything seems to follow a natural order. Chip A16 Bionic It surpassed the performance of previous A15 Bionic and A14 Bionic processors, allowing iPhone 14 Pro to have higher graphics performance than previous models.
On the other hand, it should be noted that The A14 Bionic processor in the iPhone 12 is not much inferior to the A15 Bionic processor in terms of speed found on the entire iPhone 13 series and iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus.
Nothing new is on the horizon for processors in Apple’s range of iPad devices. iPad models with M1 and M2 chips Outperforms previous generations with A14 Bionic and A15 Bionic chips. The iPad Pro series with the M2 processor has 15% higher performance than the models with the M1 chip. An important difference.
Numbers don’t lie. These were the results of the performance of the latest Apple processors. Very useful information for consumers who are planning to buy a new device.
Source: i Padizate