The Apple A17 Pro Bionic is the innovative iPhone processor that promises to “run console games” (although surely from a console from the year 2000 or earlier). Well, still, it is beating all the Android chipsets as you will see right now.
The benchmark results provided by Geekbench would confirm these claims, as the A17 Pro achieved 2,914 points in single-core and 7,199 in multi-core. In this last section, we would have 13% higher performance than in the multi-core of the A16 Bionic.
The multicore differences are more evident when compared to previous processors, as you will see below:
- A15 Bionic: 2,183 a core | 5,144 multicore
- A16 Bionic: 2,519 a core | 6,367 multicore
- A17 Pro: 2,914 a core | 7,199 multicore
- Although the A17 Pro is not significantly faster than the A16 Bionic, at least there are improvements such as the renewed 3-nanometer structure that consumes less power and support for ray tracing with 3D graphics.