We’re still a couple of months away until the iPhone 12 comes out. But being one of the most popular smartphones in the world, it’s no surprise that we’re already seeing leaks and rumors about it.

This newest information is for the rumored processor of the iPhone 12 — the upcoming A14 Bionic chip. An obvious successor to the A13 Bionic form the iPhone 11 series.


Rumor has it that this is going to be the very first ARM-based mobile processor that will break the 3GHz mark. A really incredible feat.

As per a leaked benchmark listing at Geekbench 5, the Apple A14 chip will have a 3.1GHz clock speed. That’s about 400MHz higher than what flagship chipsets have now.


For comparison, the Exynos 990 on the Galaxy S20 Ultra is only at 2.7GHz. The popular Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, present on Android flagships like the OPPO Find X2 series, is at 2.84GHz.

Meanwhile, Apple’s own A13 Bionic chip, the predecessor to this one, is only at 2.7GHz.


With that, it’s no surprise that the A14 Bionic Chip nailed the GeekBench 5 test. It got a single-core score of 1,658 and a multi-core score of 4,612.

Easily dominating the iPhone 11 Pro’s score of 1,329 and 3,468 single-core and multi-core, respectively. And the Snapdragon 865 and its 930 and 3,445 scores.

But then again, the iPhone 12 will not come out until September. Heck, we haven’t even seen the budget iPhone 9 yet. We expect to see more leaks about the iPhone 12 in the coming months, so stay tuned for that.

Via: GizmoChina

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