iPhone 14 performs better than iPhone 13 Pro models despite using same chip: report

iPhone 14 performs better than iPhone 13 Pro models despite using same chip: report

iPhone 14 performs better than iPhone 13 Pro models despite using same chip: report

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iPhone design director Richard Dinh says the base iPhone 14 is a phone that performs better than the high-end iPhone 13 models and that an upgrade to the iPhone 14 series will be better for users. Dinh says that while the iPhone 14 appears to be extremely similar to the iPhone 13, it has undergone a major design overhaul, with benefits that may not be immediately apparent over an older model. Weight reductions, cheaper and easier repairability and longer battery life are among the few changes made to the new model.


In an interview with the Sydney Morning Herald, Dinh said the better performance of the base iPhone 14 model is due to the newer model being less susceptible to thermal throttling. Despite sharing the same chip, the standard iPhone 14 models consistently perform better than the iPhone 13 Pro models, thanks to some internal shuffling. The design of the iPhone 14 has been radically modified to incorporate a central aluminum structure that serves as the backbone. This central structural plane helps with consistent heat dissipation across the entire surface, he explained.

Dinh adds that they were able to deliver a larger main camera than the iPhone 13 Pro models, with a larger sensor, improved low-light performance, and an all-new ambient light sensor on the back.

This design also features our first four-sided stacked main logic board [which] really condenses all the iPhone 14 components into a smaller space and allows us to access the board from either side, for better repairability,” notes the iPhone design director.

Apple’s iPhone 13, like previous models dating back to iPhone 8, required the screen to be removed in order to access all internal structural parts. Instead, the back glass of the iPhone 14 can be removed, making repair work easier with less risk of damage. Due to difficult access on older phones, the price of repairing a screen defect has almost halved, the report says.

Recently, it was also reported that the iPhone 14 Pro outperformed the recently released Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra in single-core and multi-core performance.

According to leaked Geekbench scores for the recently launched Samsung smartphone, the iPhone 14 Pro is up to 21% faster in single-core performance than the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. In the single-core test, the iPhone 14 Pro scored 1,874, while the Galaxy S23 Ultra scored 1,480.

In the multi-score test, the iPhone 14 Pro received a score of 5,384, which is higher than the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which received a score of 4,584. According to the benchmarks, Apple has a smaller lead (near 15%) over Samsung in multi-core performance compared to single-core tests.

Apple launched the iPad Pro (2022) and iPad (2022) alongside the new Apple TV this week. We discuss the company’s latest products, as well as our review of the iPhone 14 Pro on Orbital, the Gadgets 360 podcast. Orbital is available on Spotify, Gaana, JioSaavn, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, and wherever you go. get your podcasts.
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