the performance gain would be significant for Apple

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The A17 Bionic chip in the iPhone 15 Pro will be more powerful than its predecessor. But how much? A first profile begins to take shape.

iPhone 14 Pro Max // Source: Anthony Wonner – Frandroid

The iPhone 15 Pro, unsurprisingly, should be more powerful than its predecessor. In this, there is no doubt, is the huge number of annual releases of smartphones. But how much? We have a first response item provided by NoteBook Check, which quotes a leaker officiating on Weibo (via DC Inside).

This first figure comes from Geekbench 6, which can be easily manipulated. So take this news with a good pinch of salt. But according to the aforementioned leaker, the jump in performance would be significant: 20% in the CPU.

In detail, we would go from a score of around 2,500 single-core and 6,300 multi-core on the A15 Bionic to scores of around 3,019 and 7,860 on the A17 Bionic.

The change to 3 nm would be paying

This 20% gain would therefore be much larger than the small gain, around 10%, between the A15 and A16 Bionic. This would corroborate the rumored statements of analysts who have pointed out, for several months, that the change to 3 nm in the A17 Bionic would constitute a real change, since we would have a new architecture produced by TSMC there.

Apple should continue with its new policy introduced in the iPhone 14: the A17 Bionic should remain a preserve for Pro models. If it would have helped prevent the iPhone’s base prices from skyrocketing, we might have considered it a good idea. But since the iPhone 14 costs 1019 euros in its basic configuration, there is a lot to debate.

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