If it's anything like the A13 of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, Apple's upcoming A14 chip is going to be super fast. And according to Macworld, it might even be on par with 15-inch MacBook Pros.
According to a new report, the A13 is around 20% quicker than the A12 that was in the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max last year. The bad news is that the company had to increase the peak power use of the chip to do it.
A new report Consomac confirms that the new SSD in Apple's 2019 MacBook Air refresh is slower than that from the 2018 machine. But why would the company purposely reduce performance in an iterative update? The answer, it seems, lies in pricing.
We know that the iPhone 11 will be the fastest iPhone yet. That’s just one of those things that happens each and every year, and we don’t expect 2019 to be any different, but just how fast will it be?
Geekbench founder has reaffirmed the belief that iPhone battery health has impact on CPU performance of an iOS device.
Here's a iPad Pro vs 2015 MacBook performance comparison. According to these benchmarks, the iPad Pro outperforms the current 12-inch MacBook as well as the iPad Air 2 and even the most current iPhones.