The iPhone SE and iPhone 11 both carry the Apple Bionic A 13 processor with that. But the performance of the two is far from equal.
The iPhone SE is weaker than the iPhone in many ways 11, according to our comparison of the two. But what makes the iPhone SE a pretty attractive device (in addition to the low price) is the fact that this device also benefits from the powerful Apple Bionic A 13. Unfortunately, this processor is not as powerful in the ‘iPhone SE than in iPhone 11. How is this possible?
Although the iPhone SE and the iPhone 11 powered by an A 13, the latter behaves a little better. This reports the Chinese reference tool AnTuTu on Weibo. The company’s software depends on the performance of all types of devices, including the iPhone 11 and SE.
The iPhone 11 reached according to AnTuTu a score of 517. 400. The iPhone SE has blocked at a maximum of 492. 166. This is a difference of more than 5%, despite the same chipset.
Presumably Apple has the performance of the A 13 screwed a little into the iPhone SE to save battery. The pretty little device would only have about 66% of the battery capacity compared to the iPhone 11. And with such a small battery, you have to cut corners a little here and there.
Same processor, different performance
This is not the case that this only applies to the iPhone SE. The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max respectively score 521. 010 and 537. with the same chipset. This in itself is striking, since the 11 Pro has a smaller battery than the iPhone 11. However, the performance of this first is slightly better. The difference between the iPhone 11 Pro Max and iPhone SE is (of course) the biggest. More than 9% to be precise.
In short, having the same processor does not mean that they are doing the same thing. Nevertheless, the iPhone 11 (on paper anyway) a solid smartphone due to the new processor.