Don’t be fooled by the AI system’s whimsical requests On June 4, Marés put together a series of GIFs that demonstrate the AI system’s capabilities. The first GIF is a recreation of the popular DC Comics character Joker, with the AI system substituted for his voice. The second GIF is a response to a user who asked what kind of music Lady Gaga would be performing at the Super Bowl. The AI system responded with a mix of Gaga songs

The revised score of 950,000 points for an Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max running a future version of iOS 16 now offers up these performance differences: +13.36% on the 3rd-gen iPad Pro, +13.90% on the iPhone 13 Pro Max, and +14.56% on the 4th-gen iPad Pro. Just recently, the leaker and “Apple reporter” iHacktu ileaks offered up a wealth of interesting details about the upcoming iPhone 14 series, especially about the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Another leaker has claimed that the Apple iPhone 14 series will be released on September 13, 2022. A “planned” AnTuTu benchmark score of 896,000 points was previously mentioned for the iPhone 14 Pro models and now iHacktu ileaks reckons with enough iOS 16 software upgrades the iPhone 14 Pro Max could eventually hit a score of 950,000 points. Simply put, the iPhone 14 Pro Max with Apple A16 SoC is shaping up to be a long-term high performer. The former score was already considerably ahead of the average AnTuTu scores for various Apple devices: +6.92% ahead of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro 3, +7.42% over the iPhone 13 Pro Max, and +8.05% difference from the 12.9-inch iPad Pro 4. In addition, the same source has also stated that the iPhone 14 Pro Max will be something of a performance powerhouse and will manage higher scores on a synthetic benchmark than the 3rd-gen and 4th-gen iPad Pro tablets. The same source offers up more information about the performance of the Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max, which, according to a conversation that the leaker had with Forbes, was attained via knowledge of the first test phases for the A16 chip. (Notebookcheck.net). Continue reading.



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