Zero, 25 Nov 2021However on the iPad series the story is different. Since it can use fully the power of the chi... moreEven on IPad the TDP is limited and can't go beyond 15W.
The chip will still be handicapped compared to a proper AMD or Intel chip inside laptop.
And what apps are you going to run on IPad?? IPad OS is cringe and useless compared to a proper productive experience offered by Windows.
Moon, 26 Nov 2021And phone can use to boiled water. HahaLmfao it gotta be at least 100 degrees if u want to boil the water
Hamad1993, 24 Nov 2021They can't even beat iPhone 12 don't believe these numbers It is a chip that has not been launched, in what way could it?
Mihail White, 24 Nov 2021Apple did 3.000.000 :( This is so 2 years behind to Apple and then he woke up from his dream
ITA, 24 Nov 2021There is no super boost. It's an actual performance mode available to users. Oneplus did cheat with 8. They boosted performance only when benchmarked but once used outside of it. It will run less powerful than before.
MilesPrower1, 25 Nov 2021pc games still demand more than thati mean not latest PC games like FS2020, Cyberpunk etc but old one like gta 4-5, or other pc games under 2015.
rizki1, 24 Nov 2021i cant think how fast it is... developers should bring PC or PS3 games to mobile now.pc games still demand more than that
ABF Media, 25 Nov 2021Looks like golden reviewer is making you lose your good night sleep by exposing iPhones left a... moreActually I like Golden Reviewer since he shows up how the performance is on real world. Yeah, he is a Genshin Impact player, but heck, he shows up how to force the processor to use the max power during his tests.
And he commented about the Apple case that the phones weakness is that it does not have a good thermal solution. If it had, it would have great performance. Better than the competition.
ABF Media, 25 Nov 2021Geekbench is not cross platform either, even though they claim it is.
Besides, Mobile CPUs ... moreHowever on the iPad series the story is different. Since it can use fully the power of the chip, it can perform extremely well compared to the competition.
And there are software that fully use the power of it.
PS: A notebook peforms well, but is nothing compared to a big and classic PC.
Yukvgffh, 24 Nov 2021I've always wondered how Apple A15 delivers higher single vote geekbench score than a lap... moreGeekbench is not cross platform either, even though they claim it is.
Besides, Mobile CPUs are heavily limited by TDP and the real world performance depends a lot upon how much power the chip is allowed to consume.
A laptop 3060 with higher TDP can perform better than a 3070 with lower TDP.
A laptop will always have higher TDP which is why performance on them will always be higher than CPUs on smartphones which are limited to around 10W.
So these Geekbench scores are useless. This is why a15 might score high on single core Geekbench than core i9 laptop but because of limited TDP and poor cooling, you never see that performance in real world.
HaterzSuckkkkk, 24 Nov 2021Bruh show me the sources.
The only people that "support" your claims are biased f... moreLooks like golden reviewer is making you lose your good night sleep by exposing iPhones left and right.
"Have you heard him say anything good about iPhones?"
Why should he?? He isn't dependent on Apple to send him devices. He can criticize them without any fear.
He practically praised the iPad for the same things that the iPhone sucked at..so he isn't an Apple hater like you think.
Anonymous, 24 Nov 2021Mediatek reached it first and then now SnapdragonPhones with Snapdragon 8 Gen1 chipset will be out first.
Dimensity 2000 based phones will take a bit longer to reach the market.
Anonymous, 25 Nov 2021Every time I see an Apple iPhone benchmark, I suspect some cheating because this never transla... moreA big portion of real life experience depends on the kind of software bundled. We're not in an era where all Androids are same.
As we go mid range to low end, phones like Redmi 9A lag severely out of the box, without installing a single app or game. They have capable hardware (as Antutu suggests), and even the 2GB RAM is not too bad, but the software is the major culprit.
I don't blame Antutu for this, as I don't think we'll ever be able to benchmark OS versions and bunded apps in a fair manner.
Every time I see an Apple iPhone benchmark, I suspect some cheating because this never translates into real world performance when loading games and in apps. Nevertheless, I can remember when the iPhone X came out (or XS, can't remember clearly), the iPhone was clearly in front of the competition in real world, but this was a bit all. So those benchmarks score are good but not at all representative of what the phone can do.