Apple recently released an affordable second-generation iPhone SE. Apple uses the same A13 Bionic chip as the iPhone 11 series that was launched last year. Recently, there have been several reports that claim that the iPhone SE 2 uses a processor that is weaker than the iPhone 11. These reports were citing the AnTuTu benchmark and being said to be
The A13 chip inside the iPhone SE is not underclocked.
The SE has 25% less RAM than the 11 & 11 Pro.
And even so, we’re talking about a 5% difference in benchmark scores
using the underclocked A13 bionic chip in the iPhone SE 2.
However, many technical experts reject this report. Tipper John Proser also tweeted from his handle on Twitter and rejected this report. In his tweet, he wrote that the A13 chip used on the iPhone SE was unlocked. The iPhone SE has 25 percent less RAM than the iPhone 11. Therefore, the AnTuTu screen shows a 5 percent difference. Let’s say the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro have 4 GB of RAM. At the same time, the newly created iPhone SE 2020 has 3 GB of RAM.
Talking about the feature of A13 bionic chip, according to the company’s claim, it is the fastest chip ever. Because of which the iPhone SE offers a better experience of multi-tasking such as photography, gaming and augmented reality. The A13 Bionic chip is designed with a dedicated 8-core neural engine based on machine learning. Its special feature is that it can perform 5 trillion operations per second. The performance of A13 and iOS13 makes it even better. A13 bionic chip improves performance as well as battery life. It uses a Qi certified fast charger and comes with WiFi 6 and LTE support.