Alleged Apple A14 Benchmark Suggests New Processor Will Exceed 3GHz for the First Time

Alleged Apple A14 Benchmark Suggests New Processor Will Exceed 3GHz for the First Time

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An alleged Apple A14 benchmark spotted in the Geekbench database suggests that the new chip could be first ARM-based mobile processor to exceed 3GHz.

The benchmark was shared by Weibo user Ice Universe:

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Explosive!
Suspected Apple A14 processor Beta 1 version runs points appear
Geekbench5 single-core 1658, multi-core 4612
The main frequency is 3.1GHz, which is too crazy
Compared with the current processor, crushed into slag
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As you can see in the screenshot below, the processor has a frequency of 3.1GHz and achieves a single-core score of 1658 and a multi-core score of 4612. Compared to the iPhone 11 Pro, that score is 25% higher for single-core and 33% higher for multi-core.

Unfortunately, we are unable to confirm that the benchmark is really from the A14 chip; however, we do expect Apple to introduce some impressive performance improvements with its next generation processor. TSMC will purportedly start volume production of the chip using its 5nm EUV process by the end of second-quarter 2020.

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Alleged Apple A14 Benchmark Suggests New Processor Will Exceed 3GHz for the First Time

Alleged Apple A14 Benchmark Suggests New Processor Will Exceed 3GHz for the First Time

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