Friday, May 20, 2022

The 2022 iPhone SE is a beast in performance with the A15 Bionic Chip

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Lower-binned chipsets aren’t a new notion for Apple; we’ve seen the company use them in a variety of products to reduce production costs. The 2022 iPhone SE’s $429 pricing tag necessitated certain compromises, one of which was the use of an A15 Bionic with fewer GPU cores.

Apple used a varied number of GPU cores in a chipset specifically designed for iPhones for the first time last year. The SoC in the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini has a 4-core GPU, whereas the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max have a 5-core GPU. In terms of graphics performance, the 5-core GPU outperformed the A14 Bionic GPU by a whopping 55 per cent.

The 4-core portion, on the other hand, only accomplishes a 15% rise when compared to the same graphics processor, and this is what buyers may expect on their 2022 iPhone SE. The specifications for the A15 Bionic can be found by scrolling down on Apple’s ‘Tech Specs’ page for the low-cost model. The number of CPU cores is consistent across all devices, however, the number of GPU cores varies depending on what you buy.

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Surprisingly, the iPad Air 5 features a higher-binned M1 chip. The tablet has an eight-core CPU and eight-core GPU, although some MacBook Air and iMac models have a seven-core GPU. In summary, Apple’s newest slate is a direct competitor to the iPad Pro, while the iPhone 2022 is comparable to the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 small. 4GB of RAM and 5G capabilities are also shared by the low-cost iPhone and the less costly iPhone 13 models.

Although it is doubtful that customers will notice a difference in performance between the 4-core and 5-core GPUs in normal use, it is worth noting for potential buyers who plan to upgrade to the 2022 iPhone SE in the future. Few smartphones can compete with this device in terms of price-to-performance, but if you’re seeking improvements in other areas like design, screen size, battery life, and others, you’ll have to search elsewhere.

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.


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