The iPhone 12 loses to the iPad Air 4 on the Nutu, also lags behind the iPhone 11 in graphics.

Apple’s The A14 Bionic is the first commercially available 5nm SOC, and it doesn’t just power the new IPhone 12 lineup, too IPad Air 4.

Apple Play claims that while the chip’s CPU and GPU are about 50 percent faster than those of the competitive smartphone SOC. He also says that the new chipset is good enough to challenge the performance of the laptop.

Apple has apparently limited the A14 bionic performance on the iPhone 12

Benchmarking website Antu has made important observations about the A14. The iPad Air 4 outperformed the iPhone 12 on a benchmarking test, even if it was underpinned by the same chip. The devices that were tested had the same memory configuration.

The iPad Air 4 has an overall score that is about 17 percent higher than the iPhone 12. The tablet’s CPU is 9.5 percent faster than the iPhone’s, and it offers 30 percent faster graphics performance.

The benchmarking website believes that the A14’s performance is limited to the iPhone 12 because of its relatively small battery capacity to prevent overheating problems. The same can be said for the iPhone 12 Pro, given its alleged scores.

The iPhone 12 Pro Max obviously has a lot going for it A larger battery than the iPhone 12 Pro, we expect it to be closer to the performance of the Slate.
The website also notes that the iPhone 11 Pro outperformed the iPhone 12 on GPU testing, although the latter has a faster GPU.

The A13 Bionic is already a pretty capable chip and the latest comparison surprises us as to whether the A14 Bionic on the new iPhones is doing anything to give them the most rights, in addition to announcing the average.