Due to the fact the current-generation iPhone 11 lineup are powered by the Apple A13 chipset, the next gadgets will come packed with the A14 chipset. The up coming iPhone 12 is said to come with better performance with huge gains in the chipset.
Ahead of the release, a Geekbench result of the upcoming A14 cpu has surfaced online, making it the first A-series cpu from the manufacturer to have crossed 3.0GHz mark in terms of clock speed.
The Apple A14 chipset is said be even powerful than the iPad Pro 12.9-inch model what comes packed with A12X chipset with eight cores and scores 1,110 on a single-core test and 4,568 point in the multi-core test.
The Geekbench listing reveals that that A14 chipset scores 1,658 on single-core test and 4,612 in multi-core test. The chipset need to come with overall experience enhancement along with much better multi-tasking and smoother navigation between apps. The existing Geekbench chat for iOS gadgets shows that the iPhone 11 Pro Max is delivering the list with A13 Bionic chipset and single-core test of 1,330 points.
Like for the manufacturing cpu, the A12 was built using 7nm process, A13 with enhanced 7nm process with quick clock speeds and lower power utilization and presently the up coming A14 is said to be produced using TSMC‘s fresh 5nm process. Apple is also expected to pack LPDDR5 RAM, what numerous flagship phones are already advertising.