The all-new Apple’s A14 Bionic SoC was spotted in AnTuTu, which is going to be the chipset used in the all-new iPhone 12 series. Infact, all the new products that will be released later this year including the new iPad range, will have Apple’s A14 Bionic SoC chipset. The chipset is said to take on all the premium flagship devices this year and is supposed to provide much better performance than other chipsets in the category. As per the information that was provided by tipster Ice Universe, the AnTuTu scores of the A14 Bionic chip was revealed on the upcoming Apple’s iPhone 12 Pro Max.
The scores on the A14 chipset was 572,333, which seems to be much lower than the score of Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus-powered Asus ROG Phone 3’s 629,245. The 865 chipsets are overclocked on the Asus ROG Phone, but even the normal 865 processor on other phone scores more than the A14 Bionic chipset. In the past, Apple has been able to overcome Qualcomm in chipset and provided a much higher performance. However, this time it’s a major win for Qualcomm over Apple’s chipset.
The only thing that remains in suspicion is that the iPhone 12 Pro Max was not running the final version of Apple’s software, which can further improve the performance of the chipset with optimization. However, it could only be known when the phone is launched and the retail version for the same is tested for scores again.