Apple A15 Bionic Chipset for iPhone 13 performance 13.7% better than Samsung AMD

Apple iPhone 13 series is expected to launch in the next week on 14 September is powered by an Apple A15 Bionic chipset.

The company is also expected to launch the Apple Watch Series 7 features a bigger edgeless display with 41mm and 45mm new dial design sport mode and digital time clock.

Apple is expected to launch the four new iPhone 13 models including a mini, Pro, and Pro Max. According to tipster Jon Prossor, he claims that iPhone Pro and Pro Max will not include in-orbit earth satellite communication but a new smaller notch for security and new camera modules will be introduced in the upcoming Pro and Max models.

Another tipster claims that Apple is also expected to get a faster A15 Bionic chipset under the hood. Some key details leaked over the Internet, A benchmark test was performed on Apple A15’s GPU chip from a July batch.

The upcoming A-series chip is 13.7 percent faster than the current A14 chip. The Manhattan 3.1 GPU benchmarks test also shows the result of the A15 chip hit 198 FPS in the first round and the second-round result scored between 140- 150 FPS.

Apple A15 chipset test figures after the third round of GPU throttling test reveal that the Exynos 2200’s GPU scored 127.5 FPS. The upcoming iPhone 13 series model to come with minor upgrades over the last year iPhone 12 series model.

Apple iPhone 13 series is said to introduce a 120Hz LTPO display on the Pro models and smaller notch in all four iPhone models this year.