Apple A16 Bionic processor
Graphics processor: Apple GPU
Processor speed: 3460 MHz
Apple A16 Bionic - Six-core chipset announced on September 7, 2022, manufactured using 4nm process technology. It has 2 Everest cores at 3460MHz and 4 sawtooth cores at 2020MHz.
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|The phones are using the A16 Bionic processor||AnTuTu test version 9|
|1. Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max||948002|
|2. Apple iPhone 14 Pro||946206|
Apple says the new A16 Bionic chip that powers the iPhone 14 Pro duo is the fastest chip ever in a smartphone, with 16 billion transistors, 4nm manufacturing, and a 40% faster CPU.
But how important is this in your real use, and what is the actual improvement over the previous processor?
We're here to explain all that's new and noteworthy about the Apple A16 Bionic, compare it to the Apple A15, and also draw parallels between Apple's fastest chip and the current best processor on Android phones. Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.
But first, let's set the record straight with what Apple told us about this new processor.
Apple quotes the A16 Bionic processor:
- "Focus on three main areas: energy efficiency, screen, and camera"
- "The fastest chip ever in a smartphone"
- The new CPU is 40% faster than the competition.
- It has 16 billion transistors, the most of any iPhone ever.
- The first chip built on the latest 4nm manufacturing process that enables greater efficiency while delivering more performance
|CPU Know <strong> The central processing unit </strong> (CPU) Mostly in the name of processors, the CPU processes instructions in order to carry out certain functions that make your device work properly. Processors are often described as the brains of computers, smartphones, and tablets. Smartphones and tablets rely on processors to carry out their every task. Processors are a very important factor in choosing any type of computing device, including your smartphone.||248335|
|GPU <strong> GPU </strong> (Graphics Processing Unit) A single-chip processor designed to quickly manipulate and change memory to speed up the generation of images in the frame buffer intended for output to the screen. This includes things like lighting effects, object transitions, and 3D motion.||394336|
|image compression||243.5 megapixels / sec|
|face detection||46.4 images / sec|
|speech recognition||141.8 words/sec|
|machine learning||117.1 images / sec|
|Camera photography||54.3 images / sec|
|SQLite||1430 cruise / sec|
|Test drawings||58 fps|
Central Processing Unit CPU
|L2 temporary storage||32 MB|
|Temporary storage L3||4 nm|
|Processing||The number of transistors is 16 billion|
GPU graphics processing unit
|GPU <strong> GPU </strong> (Graphics Processing Unit) A single-chip processor designed to quickly manipulate and change memory to speed up the generation of images in the frame buffer intended for output to the screen. This includes things like lighting effects, object transitions, and 3D motion.||Apple GPU|
|Type of memory||LPDDR5|
|Data carrier||4x 16 bit|
|Maximum size||8 GB|
|Type of storage||NVMe|
|Maximum display resolution||2796 x 1290|
|Video encoding||H.264, H.265, VP8, VP9, Motion JPEG|
|Video recording||4K at 60 frames per second|
|Video playback||4K at 60 frames per second|
|Voice decoding systems||AAC, AIFF, CAF, MP3, MP4, WAV, AC-3, E-AC-3, AAX, AAX+|
|4G network||LTE Cat. 24|
|Bluetooth <strong>Bluetooth </strong> Bluetooth is a wireless communications technology for exchanging data between mobile phones, headsets, computers, and other network devices over short distances without wires. Bluetooth technology was primarily designed to support simple wireless networking of personal consumer devices.||5.3|
|Roaming||GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, Galileo, QZSS|