With the iPhone 14 Apple split the chipsets between the Pro and non-Pro models. The latter uses last year’s A15 Bionic, while the phone maker’s new flagships use the latest A16 Bionic. Granted, the iPhone 14 has the higher-end A15 found in the iPhone 13 Pro, but it’s still an older chip.

But led me to wonder, given what I know about the iPhone 13 Pro’s capabilities: is the A16 Bionic worth the upgrade if you’re really into gaming? The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max were at the top of our best gaming phones list because of how strong the A15 Bionic and its 5-core GPU are. And since the iPhone 14 uses that chip, is it good enough as a gaming phone?

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