A14X Bionic appears in benchmark tests and performs brutally

Apple has already confirmed that it will host an event next week, November 10, to be more precise. While the company has not specified what will be launched at the event, it is believed that it will focus on the official unveiling of its new series of MAC computers with Apple Silicon. Now, new information reveals the power of this new chip, in benchmark tests.

The chipset in question is the A14X Bionic, a variant of the A14 Bionic, which is used in this year’s iPhones and iPads. Based on GeekBench’s results, it seems interesting to get excited about this new processor, as benchmarks revealed that the A14X scored 1634 points in the single-core test and 7220 points in the multi-core.

To put you in context, it’s a bit faster than the current A14 Bionic, which can be found on the iPhone 12, but it also appears to be faster than the 2019 16-inch MacBook Pro processor, and it’s equipped with an Intel Core i9, which currently scores 1096 points in the single core test, and 6869 in the multi-core.

Bionic A14X appears to beat Intel Core i9 in benchmark tests

It doesn’t far outperform it by far on multi-core performance, but the fact that it’s faster than the high-end MacBook Pro is at least exciting, and most importantly impressive.

With that said, there is no way to know if these benchmarks are real, as we all know benchmark tests can be easily tampered with.

For now we have to wait for the announcement to see what Apple has to reveal to us, but that this A14X Bionic promises a lot, I have no doubt.


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