Apple iPhone 15 Plus in AnTuTu 10

Here we show you how fast the Apple iPhone 15 Plus is in the benchmark AnTuTu 10. You can use the benchmark result to decide whether the product is suitable for your applications.

The Apple iPhone 15 Plus uses the Apple A16 Bionic processor with 6 cores and is equipped with 6 GB LPDDR5 memory.

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Processor

Name: Apple A16 Bionic
Core count: 6
Core A: 2x Everest @ 3.46 GHz
Core B: 4x Sawtooth @ 2.02 GHz
Core C: 0x @ 0.00 GHz

Memory

Memory Size: 6 GB
Memory Type: LPDDR5
Memory Bandwith: 21 - 51 GB/s

Benchmark results

AnTuTu 10 - Benchmark

Antutu 10 is the tenth version of the most popular smartphone benchmark. Among other things, the processor, RAM and graphics are tested individually and together. The value that is output at the end provides information about how powerful a mobile phone is, with which you can use this value to compare the performance across devices.

Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max
Apple A17 Pro
1,488,436
Apple iPhone 15 Pro
Apple A17 Pro
1,488,436
Xiaomi Poco X6 Pro
MediaTek Dimensity 8300
1,468,254
Apple iPhone 15 Plus
Apple A16 Bionic
1,394,586
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
Apple A16 Bionic
1,394,586
Apple iPhone 14 Pro
Apple A16 Bionic
1,394,586
Apple iPhone 15
Apple A16 Bionic
1,374,649
View all AnTuTu 10 benchmark results



More benchmarks for
Apple iPhone 15 Plus

In order to find out the actual speed of a smartphone, so-called benchmarks are carried out in addition to practical tests. This is software or apps that measure the performance of a smartphone and compare the time it takes.

The currently best-known benchmarks for smartphones are Geekbench and AnTuTu. Geekbench measures the CPU performance (i.e. the performance of the smartphone processor), while AnTuTu measures the performance of the smartphone’s graphics card in addition to the processor performance. The graphics performance is of particular interest to you if you like to play games with your smartphone.

We currently use the following benchmarks in detail in our smartphone comparison:

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