Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max 6.7" (2023)
Technical data and benchmarks

Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max 6.7

Device

Colours: Titan Black, Titan Blue, Titan White, Titan Nature
Price from: 1,199 $ / 1,449 €
Release date: Q3/2023

Processor

Name: Apple A17 Pro
Manufacturer: Apple
Cores / Threads: 6 / 6
Frequency: 3.78 GHz
Structure: 3 nm
Architecture: A17
Release date: Q3/2023

Memory

Memory Size: 8 GB
Memory Type: LPDDR5 6400
Memory Bandwith: 51.2 GB/s
Upgradeable? No

Graphic card

Name: Apple A17 Pro
Type: Internal
Frequency: 1.40 GHz
Memory Size: 6.00 GB
Memory Type: LPDDR5
Structure: 3 nm
Release date: Q3/2023

Screen

Size: 6.7 inch
Resolution: 2796 x 1290 @ 120 Hz (460 ppi)
Ratio: --
Technology: OLED
Max. Brightness: 1000 nits
HDR support: Yes (1600 nits)
Always On Display: Yes
1. external display: --
2. external display: --
3. external display: --

Storage

Size: 256 - 1,024 GB
Type: eMMC
Interface:
Upgradeable? No
2. drive: --
Card reader: --

Battery

Type: Lithium-Ion
Capacity: 17.11 Wh
Battery life: 95.00 h
Charging: USB-C (20 W), MagSafe (15 W), Qi (7.5 W)

Network

Wireless LAN: 802.11ax (WLAN 6E)
LAN: --
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 5.3
Cellular: 5G

Camera

Front camera: 12.0 MP, 2160p @ 60 Hz
Wide: 48.0 MP, 2160p @ 60 Hz
Ultra wide: 12.0 MP, 2160p @ 60 Hz
Telephoto: 12.0 MP, 2160p @ 60 Hz

Ports

HDMI: --
DVI: --
DisplayPort: --
Thunderbolt: --
USB: --
USB-C: 1x
Lightning: --
Other: MagSafe

Dimensions / Housing

Height: 160 mm
Width: 77 mm
Depth: 8 mm
Weight: 221 g
Housing Material: Aluminum, Titanium, Glas
Glas Type: Ceramic Shield
IP Protection Class: IP68

Additional data

Part-no: --
Ident-No: --
EMC-No: --
Security features: Face ID
data sheet: Link to manufacturer

Benchmark results

Geekbench 6 - Single Core

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Geekbench 6 - Multi Core

Geekbench 5 is a multi-system benchmark and measures the performance of a computer. Geekbench version 5 contains new test fields such as augmented reality applications and calculations for machine learning.

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Geekbench 5 - Single Core

Geekbench 5 is a multi-system benchmark and measures the performance of a computer. Geekbench version 5 contains new test fields such as augmented reality applications and calculations for machine learning.

View all Geekbench 5 benchmark results



Geekbench 5 - Multi Core

Geekbench 5 is a multi-system benchmark and measures the performance of a computer. Geekbench version 5 contains new test fields such as augmented reality applications and calculations for machine learning.

View all Geekbench 5 benchmark results



FP32 Performance (Single-precision TFLOPS) - FP32 (TFLOPS)

The theoretical computing power of the graphics card with single precision (32 bit) in TFLOPS. TFLOPS indicates how many trillion FP32 floating point operations the graphics card (GPU) can perform per second. The larger this number, the faster the graphics card is.

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More benchmarks for
Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max 6.7" (2023)

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For this we use so-called theoretical or synthetic benchmarks such as Geekbench or Cinebench, as these support both x86 and ARM instruction sets in the current versions. We guarantee real comparability of the results by ensuring that the benchmarks are executed identically and correctly as well as by the condition of the system.

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