Some disbelievers believed that the M1 processor which mounts the new iPad Air would be “cast” to offer less performance than the brand new iPad Pro which incorporates the same M1 processor. Well, they were very wrong.
The first units of the new iPad Air are already reaching their buyers, and they ran out of time to test with Geek Bench 5 and publish your results. Some numbers that are identical to the iPad Pro M1.
You are already starting to see the scores that the new ipad air obtained with the famous performance test application Geekbench 5. And this data is exactly the same as that produced by the current iPad Pro.
They mount the same M1 processor
This means, without a doubt, that Apple has not reduced the clock speed of the M1 which mounts the iPad Air, compared to the iPad Pro. Both operate at the same frequency: 3.2 GHz, the two models therefore have identical performance.
Published data shows that the iPad Air M1 has average single-core and multi-core scores of around 1,700 and 7,200, respectively. These scores confirm that the iPad Air M1 has a identical performance that of the iPad Pro M1, while being 60% and 70% faster than the fourth generation iPad Air with the A14 Bionic processor.
First introduced in early Apple Silicon (in the MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac mini in November 2020), the M1 chip features an 8-core processor, 8-core GPU, and neural engine high performance. 16 cores. This processor gives the new iPad Air access to 8 GB
And it was first integrated into an iPad in the current iPadPro. And given its huge processing power, it had been speculated that said M1 processor might have been “tuned” so that its performance would not be the same in a cheaper iPad such as the new iPad Air. Well, that didn’t happen, as the Gekkbench scores showed, being identical in both models.
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