The A15 Bionic processor included in both the new iPhone 13 and the older iPhone 13 models means that its performance is on par with the older iPhone 13 models. As a result, a $429 iPhone is now capable of performing as well as a $699 basic iPhone 13.
Its single-core score is 1729, while its multi-core one is 4532 in one Geekbench result for the basic iPhone 13.
Single-core scores of 1739 were recorded for the iPhone 13 mini, while multi-core scores of 4711 were recorded for the device. A single-core score of 1743 was achieved on the iPhone 13 Pro, while a multi-core score of 4880 was achieved on the device.
The single-core and multi-core scores for an iPhone 13 Pro Max were 1728 and 4715, respectively.
Geekbench is a CPU benchmarking system, therefore in this instance, it focuses only on the A15 Bionic’s performance. However, a phone’s total speed is affected by a variety of other variables.
There are a few notable differences between the new iPhone SE’s 5G and that of the iPhone 13’s mmWave 5G – at least in the United States.
Adding to their improved responsiveness are the 120Hz ProMotion screens on the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.