Apple’s A15 Bionic-powered iPhone 13 lineup destroys Samsung’s latest Galaxy S22

Samsung’s latest Galaxy S22 phone lineup lags woefully behind Apple’s A15 Bionic-powered iPhone 13 lineup in performance benchmark testing.

Apple's 6.1-inch iPhone 13 Pro and flagship 6.7-inch iPhone 13 Pro Max offer storage up to 1TB
Apple’s 6.1-inch iPhone 13 Pro and flagship 6.7-inch iPhone 13 Pro Max

Mike Peterson for AppleInsider:

The new Samsung handsets are among the fastest Android devices on the market, but they’re still considerably slower than the iPhone.

PCMag recently ran benchmark testing of the new Snapdragon 8 Sen 1 processor that powers the Galaxy S22s and compared its performance to other popular Android devices, as well as Apple’s iPhone 13 Pro Max.

The Geekbench testing suggests that Apple’s smartphone performance lead is still considerable. And, with a new A16 Bionic chip on the horizon, it’s likely that Apple’s devices will remain the fastest smartphones on the market for some time.

MacDailyNews Take: Seriously, what do you expect from an outclassed South Korean dishwasher maker?

Read it and weep, would-be, cash-flushing fake iPhone settlers:

Apple's A15 Bionic-powered iPhone 13 lineup destroys Samsung's latest Galaxy S22
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  1. “Seriously, what do you expect from an outclassed South Korean dishwasher maker?”

    Oh snap! :-).

    As I’ve been posting, Apple is in a unique, entirely advantaged, class by themselves due to their many year development of SOCs for its devices that is now across virtually their entire eco. Their ability to vertically integrate between as they want can’t be matched. Qualcomm, Samsung and Google would have to get together and work exclusively together at an unprecedented level to even hope to match Apple. Except Qualcomm has other customers they must serve, Google serves other customers, and Samsung is so varied across their offerings. In other words it isn’t feasible to match Apple’s advantage. And that will not change for as far out as one can see.

    1. GivMi5 was destroyed by “destroys”
      From his pram he has chucked all his toys
      He’s a real grammar nazi
      Would have joined the sad Stasi
      I don’t think he’s just “one of the boys”.

        1. Sad Apple BS thinks it’s all about him, when nothing could be further from the truth. It’s all about his community of brain cells engaged in collective hate. Apple lives rent-free in his brain. I only ever think about Apple BS when I see his inane posts at MDN, which thankfully isn’t very often

            1. So you voluntarily paid with your own cash to buy Apple stuff. If you had a brain you’d have sold that stuff and bought something else. But you keep on using Apple stuff, despite your h8888tred. What a load of BS, you sure did pick the right name for yourself. Apple lives in your brain – and by your own admission, you paid dearly, it wasn’t rent-free at all. What a maroon!

    1. Hey Bunkie, you’re “locked in” to whatever you buy. Don’t kid yourself. Might as well not buy Samsung crap and luxuriate with Apple tech instead. People like you are highly amusing by virtue of your faulty logic & thinking.

      1. Really Fesarius? Then we’re locked in to earth as well, for the most part.

        I don’t have to say that there are multiple device and software providers on Android, do I?

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