The test results of the Apple A15 processor, which is supposed to be the beating heart of the iPhone 13, show its brilliant performance. According to the results of a recent Manhattan 3.1 GPU test released on the Internet, Apple's new A15 processor is 13.7% faster than its predecessor, the A14.
While maintaining Apple's superiority as the maker of the best processor in smartphones, it makes the A15 the fastest processor in the world of mobile phones. The results of the Mahattan 3.1 test show that Apple's A15 chip was able to reach 198 frames per second in the first round of the GPU benchmark test. In the second round, however, the test dropped slightly to 140 to 150 frames per second.
These results were based on the performance of the A15 GPU in two benchmark tests. From the scores, it is clear that the A15 processor needs to reduce the pressure on its processing performance after working for a while, but even with the slowdown, it is still significantly better and more powerful than its other competitors in the market.
The recently released test results are the result of testing on a sample of the A15 processor, which was first published in detail in a Korean forum called Clien. FrontTron dropped in its tweet Speed in the second round of the A15 test is not considered an acute problem because the result of the first round of the test is significantly better than the peak performance of the A14 processor. With the same results, Apple's A15 processor will be the fastest processor in the world of smartphones and will easily overtake all Android devices.
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