Geekbench scores for the new third-generation iPhone SE show that Apple’s most affordable iPhone performs on par with the company’s flagship iPhone 13, as they both use the same A15 Bionic chip.
Geekbench scores for the new iPhone SE’s model identifier “iPhone 14,6” show a single-core score of 1695 and a multi-core score of 4021. For reference, the iPhone 13 has a single-core score of 1672 and a multi-core score of 4481. Differences in scores are insignificant and will not represent real-world differences in customers.
Corroborating yesterday’s report from MacRumors, Geekbench scores confirmed that the new iPhone SE has 4GB of RAM.
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Compared to the previous-generation iPhone SE, Apple promises 1.2 times faster graphics in the new iPhone SE. Apple also now claims up to 15 hours of video playback time, two hours more than what the iPhone SE 2 advertised. The A15 Bionic chip also brings new features to iPhone SE users, such as Photography Styles, Smart HDR 4, and Live Text in iOS 15.
The new iPhone SE has the same 4.7-inch design with a Home button and Touch ID, but now comes with 5G.