With its stable and powerful mobile chips, Apple goes a long way in every new generation. The new generation chip in the iPhone 11s also did not change the situation. With the A13 Bionic processor, Apple has crushed its competitors.
We already know that Apple’s A13 Bionic chips are one of the most powerful processors in the mobile world. So how did the previous generation A12 change and how did the performance increase?
Apple A13 Bionic chips took the lead in the mobile industry. Not by a small margin. The latest technology used in the iPhone 11 is 20 percent better than the A12. One of the highlights is that the A13 Bionic offers about twice the performance of the best Android chip. If the serious difference with Android is not enough, we can say that the A13 can compete with Intel’s and AMD’s best desktop processors ‘at least on a single benchmark’.
The A13 Bionic came with an impressive change in the graphics segment. The A13-chip iPhone 11 Pro has 50 to 60 percent higher graphics performance than previous-generation iPhone models.
There are some disadvantages to having such a powerful chip. The A13 Bionic consumes more power as the load rises. To put it more simply, the A13 is one of the least efficient processors due to the battery power it consumes.
Apple renewed the architecture of high-efficiency cores with new chips. The new Thunder Thunder çek kernel consumes almost half the power of the previous generation, while the Snapdragon 855’s high-throughput performance is tripled. Another interesting detail is the new U1 Ultra-Broadband chip. Despite extensive research on the silicon unit found on iPhones, the chip does not come very far at this point.
Apple’s mobile chips are custom-designed and have long been a leader in the mobile industry in terms of performance. While rival Android brands look superior on paper, Apple is making the world’s most stable and fastest smartphones. A13 Bionic is one of the best examples of this.