Introduced with a simple event Apple's new model of the iPhone 11 Pro, Geekbench called processor testing platform appeared. 4 GB RAM capacity and iOS 13 operating system on an iPhone 11 Pro Geekbench results, Apple's A13 Bionic processor shows the difference.
US-based technology giant Apple, Steve Jobs Theater, an event recently organized the introduction of new products. Among the new products that Apple promoted were the iPhone 11 series. Now the iPhone 11 Pro has appeared on the "Geekbench", a platform for processor testing.
According to the iPhone 11 Apple's "A13 Bionic" processor is used. This processor offers users a 6-core structure, and Apple claims that it is the most powerful processor ever used in the smartphone industry. Without further ado, let's take a closer look at the iPhone 11 Pro's Geekbench test results.
Before examining the results in detail, let's look at the specifications of the iPhone 11 Pro, which is used in the Geekbench tests. Above all, the iPhone 11 Pro has an iOS 13 operating system. In addition, according to the information in the Geekbench iPhone 11 Pro RAM capacity of 4 GB.
In terms of Geekbench results, the iPhone 11 Pro achieves 5,472 points in single-core tests and 13,769 points in multi-core tests. Obviously, the iPhone 11 Pro's Geekbench scores are well above other iPhone models.
Comparing the A13 Bionic processor of the iPhone 11 Pro with the processors used in Android phones is not a very accurate approach, but it will be a little decisive to compare the values on paper. As it is known, Qualcomm will launch the 8-core Snapdragon 865, an advanced version of the most powerful processor on the market, Snapdragon 855, and will be used in most of the flagships with Android operating systems to be produced in 2020. Snapdragon 865, which entered the Geekbench tests with a device using 6 GB of RAM in the past, had achieved 4,149 points in single-core tests and 12,915 points in multi-core tests. This means that Apple's A13 Bionic processor delivers even better performance than the Snapdragon 865.
The test results show that Apple is going to offer serious power to iPhone 11 Pro users. However, when we get to see and experience the iPhone 11 Pro on the shelves in the future, we will learn more clearly what the device can offer us.