Igeekphone on September 14 news, Apple’s just released iPhone 15 Pro and Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max have appeared in Geekbench, and the running score does not seem to meet the previous expectations of 31%.
From the point of view of running score, the A17 Pro chip runs at around 3.78GHz, which is about 9.25% higher than the A16 chip at 3.46GHz.
Taking the highest of these six running points as an example, the A17 Pro frequency equipped with this model reached 3778MHz, equipped with 8GB memory, running iOS 17 system, single-core score 2908 points, multi-core 7238 points.
As of the press, the current Geekbench included in the iPhone 14 Pro Max average score of 2518 points single-core, 6365 points multi-core; The iPhone 14 Pro scored 2,519 and 6,384 points, respectively.
Of course, there are certainly many users who have run higher scores than this, so it is only for reference.
Based on this calculation, a single-core score of 2908 improved by about 15.5%, and a multi-core score of 7238 improved by about 13.4%, which is slightly higher than the 9.25% frequency improvement. Of course, there will certainly be higher scores in the later period, so the increase here is only for reference.
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