Thanks to the upgraded 5G modem chip in the latest iPhone 14 Pro devices, users are experiencing faster download speeds on their new smartphones compared to last year’s iPhone 13 Pro models. MacRumors is reporting.
According to tests carried out by Speed Smartthe iPhone 14 Pro achieved average 5G speeds of 255.91 Mbps for downloads on T-Mobile in the US compared to 173.81 Mbps for the iPhone 13 Pro.
Similarly, the iPhone 14 Pro achieved average 5G download speeds of 175.56 Mbps versus 126.33 Mbps for last year’s iPhone on Verizon.
The improvements in average 5G speeds on the iPhone 14 Pro models are primarily due to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X65 modem, which offers faster speeds, improved latency, and also consumes less power than previous generation chips.
Not only did 5G download and upload speeds improve. Latency averages (ping time) have also decreased. This helps your phone feel faster while browsing the web.
- T-Mobile iPhone 14 Pro average. Ping: 52.88ms
- T-Mobile iPhone 13 Pro average. Ping: 62.20ms
- Verizon iPhone 14 Pro average. Ping: 37.09ms
- Verizon iPhone 13 Pro average. Ping: 52.24ms
An average download speed of 255 Mbps over 5G is pretty impressive, don’t you think?
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