Before the official release of the iPhone 12 series, a suspected iPhone 12 Pro Max product running score appeared in the Antutu database. Compared with the iPhone 11 series, the score at that time was not significantly improved, but after all, it was Apple. I believe everyone still wants to see GeekBench's running score.
The product that broke the news this time is the iPhone 12 Pro. Its running scores are 1597 single-core and 4152 multi-core. In contrast, iPhone 11 scores 1327 and 3289, which means that there is a 26% increase in multi-core. In addition, the results of this revelation are similar to the iPad Air 4, which also uses the A14.
As for graphics performance, the reference iPad Air 4 scored 12571 in the GeekBench 5 Metal project. In comparison, A12Z is 11665 and A13 is 7308. In other words, A14 is not only 72% higher than A13, it is even higher than A12Z.
In addition to these relatively well-quantified performance, the NPU part of the Apple A14 bionic has also been upgraded from 8-core to 16-core. The official said that its speed has increased by 80% when performing learning tasks, which should also have a certain impact on the performance of the whole machine in the future.
But in the end, I want to say that the running score is for reference only. After all, the heat and battery life during actual use will also have a great impact on the overall experience.