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How much quicker is the iPhone 14 specifically?

Depending on the iPhone 14 model you choose.

How much quicker will the brand-new iPhone 14 be than your existing iPhone, then?

Depending on the iPhone 14 model you choose.

The A15 Bionic processor present in the current iPhone 13 series will be included if you decide to purchase an iPhone 14 or iPhone 14 Plus. If you choose an iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 14 Pro Max, Apple’s new A16 Bionic processor will be included.

Comparing the new iPhone 14 variants

You did read that correctly.

Apple is including last year’s processor into the revised range for the first time. This is a first for the main range, but Apple has done it before with the iPhone SE series.

So why did Apple take this action?

This one graph, which was displayed at the iPhone 14 launch, tells it all. The new A16 Bionic is compared to the A13 Bionic, which was introduced in 2019, and both are compared to their “nearest competition,” which, based on Apple’s lack of disclosure during the event, is likely to be the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1.

Apple can introduce an iPhone that uses a processor from three years ago and still outperform the competition.

The A15 Bionic thus has more than enough horsepower to provide consumers with the strength and performance they require.

To compete, Apple simply does not need to include the speedier processor in these iPhones.

By further differentiating the iPhone 14/14 Plus from the iPhone 14 Pro/Pro Max, those who choose the Pro Max last year are less likely to switch to the less powerful (and less expensive) iPhone 14/14 Plus this year.

Okay, but what about the brand-new A16 Bionic in the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max?

Despite Apple’s customary lack of data, we did learn that the A16 Bionic is 40% quicker than the competition.

You must pay Apple the most if you want the fastest.

Because performance is difficult to quantify, comparing an old processor to a new one is somewhat like to comparing apples to oranges. Are we referring to the speed of the brain engine, the GPU, the display engine, or the high-performance or high-efficiency cores?

The CPU tick rate is no longer the only metric used to describe speed. It is far more difficult to quantify and more real-world.

In general, we have to make some educated guesses until we obtain real-world benchmark results. If historical development is any indication, we should expect a performance boost of between 10 and 12% over the A15 Bionic.

A new CPU, however, offers more than just increased performance.

Apple is highlighting features like longer battery life and more advanced camera and image processing technology as consumer advantages for the new A16 Bionic. The end customer who picks the iPhone 14 Pro/Pro Max will benefit from these features even if they have nothing to do with performance in and of themselves.

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