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iPhone 12 Pro Max With A14 Get 572333 Points on Antutu, Still Using 60Hz Screen

As the iPhone 12 series failed to be released on time, iPad Air 4 debuted Apple’s 5nm process A14 processor, but now the score of the iPhone 12 equipped with the A14 processor on AnTuTu has been exposed.

According to AnTuTu, a device with a model of iPhone 13,4 appeared in its backend database. The screen size and processor frequency of the new machine cannot be identified yet, but the screen resolution is 2688×1242, and iPhone 11 Pro Max remains the same, so it is speculated that the new machine should be the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max With A14 Get 572333 Points on Antutu, still using 60Hz screen

Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max With A14 Get 572333 Points on Antutu, still using 60Hz screen

This device code-named iPhone 13, 4 is equipped with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The current total score of this device is 572333 points, of which the CPU score is 167527, GPU score is 222071, the MEM score is 100808, and the UX score is 81927. Compared with the average score of iPhone 11 Pro Max, the total score increased by 9.1%, the CPU score increased by 16.7%, the GPU score increased by 3.6%, the storage score increased by 21.9%, and the UX score dropped by 2.1%.

According to Apple’s official statement, the A14 processor has a 40% increase in CPU performance and a 30% increase in GPU performance compared to the A12 processor; and the A13 processor has a 20% increase in CPU performance and a 20% increase in GPU performance compared to the A12 processor; Compared with A13, A14 processor improves CPU performance by about 16.7% and GPU performance by about 8.3%.

Antutu pointed out that the UX performance is significantly affected by the refresh rate, but the UX performance of the iPhone 12 Pro Max is not improved compared to the iPhone 11 Pro Max, so the iPhone 12 Pro Max is still a 60Hz screen.

Judging from the scores, the improvement of A14 relative to A13 is not obvious, especially in GPU. Of course, the current scores may not represent the real performance of A14, and the mobile phone needs to be updated after the launch.

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David Tian

David is the editor @ MyFixGuide. He loves technology, especially good at laptops and mobile phones. In his free time, he loves to take apart the latest mobile phones and laptops.

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