Apple A13 Bionic Benchmark. Specs

Apple A13 Bionic is based on the A13 (Lightning / Thunder) architecture. The total of cores is 6 with the threads of 6. The operating base core clock is 1.80 GHz. Turbo-boost is 2.65 GHz (per-core). The technology node is 7 nm. L2 Cache is 8.00 MB, L3 Cache is --.

Apple A13 Bionic supports the socket type of N/A.

The supported type and memory clock is LPDDR4X-4266 MHz. The maximum RAM capacity is 4 GB. The date of release is - Q3/2019.

Apple A13 Bionic specs and benchmark performance

The official technical specifications of the Apple A13 Bionic CPU allow defining to what extent it is fast and efficient in the process and which system requirements for games and operational apps it can fit. Please learn the specs and benchmark results.

CPU Cores and Base Frequency Apple A13 Bionic

Technical specs

Frequency: 1.80 GHz   CPU Cores: 6
Turbo (1 Core): 2.65 GHz   CPU Threads: 6
Hyperthreading: No   Overclocking: No
Turbo (6 Cores): 2.65 GHz   Core architecture: hybrid (big.LITTLE)
A core: 2x Lightning   B core: 4x Thunder
C core: --  

Internal Graphics Apple A13 Bionic

GPU name: Apple A13
GPU frequency: 1.80 GHz   GPU (Turbo): 2.70 GHz
Generation: 10   Execution units: 4
Shader: 384   Max. displays: 1
Technology: 7 nm   Release date: Q3/2019
Max. GPU Memory: 4 GB  

Hardware codec support Apple A13 Bionic

h264: Decode / Encode
JPEG: Decode / Encode
VP8: Decode / Encode
VP9: Decode / Encode
VC-1: Decode
AVC: Decode
h265 / HEVC (8 bit): Decode / Encode
h265 / HEVC (10 bit): Decode / Encode
AV1: No

RAM and PCIe Apple A13 Bionic

Memory type: LPDDR4X-4266   Max. Memory: 4 GB
Memory channels: 1   ECC: No

Encryption Apple A13 Bionic

AES-NI: No  

Thermal Management Apple A13 Bionic

Tjunction max.: --   TDP up: --
TDP down: --   TDP (PL1): 6 W
TDP (PL2): --  

Technical details Apple A13 Bionic

L3-Cache: --   Technology: 7 nm
Architecture: A13 (Lightning / Thunder)   Virtualization: None
Socket: N/A   Release date: Q3/2019
Instruction set (ISA): x86-64 (64 bit)   L2-Cache: 8.00 MB
Part Number: --

Devices using this processor Apple A13 Bionic

Used in: Apple iPhone 11 Apple iPhone 11 Pro Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max iPhone SE

CPU generation and family Apple A13 Bionic

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Name: Apple A13 Bionic   Segment: Mobile
CPU group: Apple A13
Family: Apple A series   Generation: 13
Predecessor: Apple A12 Bionic   Successor: Apple A14 Bionic

Apple A13 Bionic CPU in Benchmarks

Please learn the testing results of the Apple A13 Bionic CPU in synthetic benchmarks. These data can define the closest competitor and its current position in the models’ rating. Here are points in modern benchmarks, in which Apple A13 Bionic has been tested. Pay attention that the data can differ in testing systems.

Geekbench 5, 64bit (Single-Core)

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Geekbench 5 uses a number of different tests to evaluate your computer's performance, including tests that measure your processor's integer and floating point performance, as well as tests that measure your memory and disk speed. However, the 64-bit single-core test is particularly useful because it gives you an accurate measure of your computer's performance in real-world scenarios.

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