Ever since we had Apple’s announcement about moving to its own Apple SIlicon chips, there have been speculations over the performance. Since the move from Intel is a big change, Apple’s performance numbers with its own ARM chips need to be strong, so as to sell its new platform. Now, we might have an insight into how well the first Apple ARM chips will perform.
The Apple A14X Bionic is supposed to feature in the upcoming iPad Pro models and will be made with TSMC’s 5nm process. The information comes from Youtuber Luke Miani, who recently revealed a performance graph of the next generation Apple chips.
It looks like the Apple A14X Bionic could match Intel Core i9-9880H in performance. While the ARM Macs will have a different series of performance, this leak gives us an idea about how well they will perform.
It will all depend upon how Apple handles the TDP and thermals, of course. Active cooling, in addition to other optimizations, could help Apple push the performance beyond Intel’s best-performing chips.
Of course, this is still a rumor, so take it with a grain of salt. Until the next one! Thoughts? Hit us up in the comments, down below!