In numerous single-core tests, the A14 Bionic inside the iphone 12 Pro Max outperforms Apple's newest proprietary silicon by a slight margin thanks to the frequency decrease. Fortunately, the multi-core scores reveal a different scenario, with the iphone 12 Pro Max narrowly defeating the iPad mini 6 within only two benchmarks. Considering the slower clock speed, the A15 Bionic outperforms the A14 Bionic by 23% in the Voice Recognition multi-core testing. Apple's newest SoC outperforms the iphone 12 Pro Max with 14.9 % in Text Compression.
The A15 Bionic processor in the iPad mini 6 might increase graphical performance by up to 55 %. The iphone 13 Pro, as well as iphone 13 Max, have a 5-core GPU, whereas the iPad mini 6 does have a 4-core GPU. Even with demanding programmes, you won't notice any performance drops or a lack of smooth UI thanks to the underclocked CPU.