The A15 is plenty fast, but its true power is versatility

Benchmarks of Apple's newest devices reveal a different kind of chip.

Last week, Apple announced the new A15 processor in a peculiar way: by comparing its new chip to the Android competition, rather than the A14 that powered last year's generation of iPhones. We were all left to try to infer the speed of the A15 based on Apple's claims, and wondering if the company was obscuring the performance improvements in the A15 because they weren't particularly impressive.

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Jason Snell

Jason Snell

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