The iPhone 12 (at least some of their models) don’t go on sale until tomorrow, but there are still those who have managed to publish the initial performance tests from the phones. And as expected, the performance of the A14 Bionic chip they have integrated promises good impressions.
The benchmarks, reflected by various media such as MacRumors, indicate that the performance of the iPhone 12 Pro is between 20% and 25% larger than the iPhone 11 Pro. In absolute numbers we have 1,597 points in the tests single-core and 4,152 points in the tests multi-core. Very similar, by the way, to the results of the first performance tests of the iPad Air 4.
Lower results due to initial configuration
Apparently some results of the iPhone 12 Pro show lower results, but Geekbench founder John Poole himself explains the reasons: the newer iPhones tend to devote part of its resources to configuring the systemThe SSD is used to index the data on the SSD storage or to restore data from a backup.
Remember that iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro reservations start tomorrow at 2pm in Spain, while reservations for the iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max start on November 6th. You can listen to all the details of the new iPhone 12 in our podcast, Las Charlas de Applesfera.