As you have certainly seen, Apple has today unobtrusively updated its iPad lineup with two new members: the fifth generation iPad mini and the third generation iPad Air. The news isn't so exciting, but both tablets bring out the best in Apple processing power with the chips. A12 Bionic (or almost since the 2018 iPads Pro has the slightly more advanced A12X Bionic).
As the internet does not sleep in service, a few hours after the announcement of the devices, already painted in Geekbench the performance record of such an iPad11,2 that can refer to either of the two devices; As they both have the same processor, we are betting that the numbers registered here may refer to both.
The unidentified iPad received a single core score of 4,806, while the score multi-core was in the 11,607. The numbers are slightly higher than the XS, XS Max and XR iPhones, which have the same processor. The tablet in question certainly has some chipset optimizations because of its larger size; so the slight advantage.
Geekbench also revealed that the tested iPad has 3GB RAM, which is the same amount present in the iPhone XR as the iPhones XS and XS Max, as well as the iPads Pro, have 4GB of memory. That is: overall, we can expect that the new tablets from Ma will have a similar performance of the cheapest iPhone of the new line, which is already quite satisfactory.