Apple failed to detail the relative performance gains achieved by its new A15 Bionic SoC during Tuesday’s iPhone 13 reveal, a rarity for a major hardware launch. One report believes the omission was not an oversight as Apple has little to tout.
While Apple mentioned certain aspects of its new system-on-chip design, specifically improvements related to graphics capabilities, executives were mum on raw CPU performance. A morsel was handed out during the presentation of iPad mini
, with Apple saying A15 packs a 40% faster CPU compared to the tablet’s A12-powered predecessor, but the comparisons ended there.Rumblings on social media suggested that CPU numbers were intentionally left out because it is not as favorable a compare as previous A-series introductions.
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