So it might be interesting to know how the latest and the best of Google fares compared to the latest and the best of Apple, right? Say, in a side-by-side speed test? Well that’s exactly what we have for you today, courtesy of PhoneBuff. The Google Pixel 6 Pro is pitted against the Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max, and it will be a deadly battle. Let’s tie up and hit play then.
Spoiler alert: the Pixel takes the lead from the start, but then the iPhone makes a comeback, then it’s neck and neck with the iPhone taking the first “turn” at the end, but the Pixel comes in at just 4 seconds late. Where the RAM management test comes in, the two devices are still face to face, but the iPhone ultimately has the 6-second advantage.
So in the end, while the Pixel is quick in this kind of test, it can’t beat the iPhone 13 Pro Max. In everyday life, however, such marginal differences in app load times are unlikely to ever be noticed – unless for some reason you have both a Pixel 6 Pro and a iPhone 13 Pro Max and you use both at the same time to do the exact same things. Hopefully, this isn’t an actual use case.