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Performance results of Apple A18 Pro leaked

Apple A18 Bionic’s performance results, which will empower the iPhone 16 Pro series, have surfaced. So, what will the A18 Pro offer compared to Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 and its predecessor? Here are the details…

As you may know, Apple has been differentiating its standard iPhone models from the Pro models in recent years by incorporating new and previous-generation processors. However, recent reports suggest that Apple may break this tradition. It’s being speculated that while the iPhone 16 and 16 Plus will feature the A18 Bionic, the iPhone 16 Pro and Pro Max will be introduced with the A18 Pro. The performance results of the Apple A18 Pro have now leaked.

Recalling earlier Geekbench 6 leaks, it was claimed that the Apple A18 Pro would be unrivaled in single-core performance. The latest leaks indicate that it is indeed 22% faster in single-core (3,547) and 28% faster in multi-core (9,264) performance compared to its predecessor. This corroborates previous leaks, suggesting that the final results may now be clearer.

However, when comparing the results with Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 and Gen 4, we see that the A18 Pro is still lagging behind its rival. It is said that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 is 46% faster than its predecessor. Nevertheless, Apple will likely continue its leadership in single-core performance and power efficiency.

Moreover, during test trials, companies like Apple and Qualcomm probably allow the chipsets to operate at full power and then attempt to strike a balance between performance and power consumption. Hence, the efficiency figures of A18 Pro compared to Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 or MediaTek’s Dimensity 9400 in terms of “performance per watt” are still unclear.

According to reports, the A18 Pro will have a 6-core cluster, consisting of two performance and four efficiency cores. On the other hand, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 comes with a ‘2 + 6’ CPU cluster. Additionally, efficiency cores will also be shelved. It’s worth noting that both platforms will be produced using TSMC’s 3nm N3E process.

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