Apple didn’t release the iPhone 12 series during it’s “Time Flies” event last week September 15th prompting many to suggest the smartphone will debut next month in a grand event but what’s even more exciting is that a new iPhone 12 Pro Max whose specs, renders had been swirling around the internet lately got an AnTuTu benchmark which showed the device will ace the previous iPhone 11 Pro Max in terms of speed.
The benchmark numbers were spotted by MySmartPrice showing a number of important specifications which we’ll spot on the device when launched among which is the 128GB of internal storage and of course running the new iOS 14.1 out of the box with 6GB of RAM and the new ultra fast Apple A14 Bionic chipset.
There come a chart which showcases the number of clocks the device will reach and how efficient it will be in terms of it’s power usage. One cool thing remains that every newer iPhone gets better than the previous model which will be the case with the next version iPhone 12 and with the Pro Max being the peak in terms of size, speed and price point, then we can expect nothing but the best.
The Apple iPhone 12 Max Pro manages to score 167527 in CPU, 222071 in GPU, 100808 in MEM, and 81927 in UX test. The AnTuTu Benchmark listing also showcases a chat where the upcoming iPhone 12 Max Pro pit against the last year’s flagship the iPhone 11 Max Pro variant. The results show that the iPhone 12 Max Pro outperforms the predecessor by 47,897 points, which is a huge margin.
So all fingers crossed to see what the next-gen iPhone looks and feel like when it finally makes its debut by October of 2020. We’ll definitely keep you updated about the story right on here. So keep up.