Apple’s new iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro both boast the new Apple-designed A14 Bionic processor and by all accounts it’s quite the beast.

But just how quick is this thing and how does it compare with the A13 Bionic of the iPhone 11 Pro. And what about the iPhone XS – the device that a ton of people are going to be upgrading from?

That’s the question that EverythingApplePro had before running a bunch of speed tests including app launches, RAM tests, Face ID tests, and more. There was, of course, the standard Geekbench 5 test thrown in for good measure as well.

iPhone 12 Pro vs 11 Pro vs XS Ultimate Speed Test. BLOWN away with the speed improvements! All new 5nm A14 Bionic, 6GB Ram & 5G iPhone 12 Pro Speed Test. App launching, RAM test, Face ID, 5G, LTE, Geekbench 5 & More.

As you might expect, the iPhone 12 Pro came out on top and by a pretty decent margin. The new iPhones are both quick devices and the upcoming iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max will both deliver as well. All four devices have the same A14 Bionic chip inside, although the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini both pack just 4GB of RAM. The faster iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max both have 6GB of RAM.

Check the video out for the full details on just how fast these new iPhones are.

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