iPhone 15 Pro’s Gaming Performance Tested with Resident Evil Village

At the iPhone 15 series’s official launch event, Apple emphasized its flagship processor a lot. As I’ve previously reported, the A17 Pro is a heavy-configured SoC that has the potential to easily handle intensive tasks. Present in the iPhone 15 Pro models, this SoC also comes with a highly powerful 6-core GPU.

To be exact, Apple claimed that the GPU of the iPhone 15 Pro models can natively run console games. And now that the device is officially out, it’s time to put that claim to the test. Well, it looks like Apple wasn’t lying; the A17 Pro can indeed run console games. As a matter of fact, it can offer a decent gaming experience.

How Well Does the Apple iPhone 15 Pro Run Resident Evil Village?

As you can see from the video I’ve embedded below, the iPhone 15 Pro can run the Resident Evil Village pretty well. And the great part is that you can have a great experience while playing it. As the video shows, you can play the game directly on the phone or hook it up to an external monitor.

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Here, while the iPhone 15 Pro is hooked up to an external monitor, you can connect a wireless controller and get a true console-like experience. Now, although the graphical quality looks phenomenal, it’s not a 1:1 console port. As noted in the video, the game’s resolution locks at 1560×720. This resolution is slightly better than HD, but it’s not the FHD resolution that has become a standard for gaming.

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In addition to that, the current version of the game locks at 30FFPS. Although this resolution and framerate offer a good experience, consoles these days can offer 4K visuals and up to 120FPS. Still, for a console game running on a phone, the iPhone 15 Pro’s performance is impressive. We can’t wait to see more AAA titles getting available on the device. And if you want to learn more about the Apple A17 Pro, you can check out my detailed report on the SoC.

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