New iPad Pro rivals 2018 MacBooks Pro in benchmarks

In the keynote last Tuesday, when I presented the new iPads ProApple said they are faster than 92% of all portable PCs on the market. She didn't exaggerate.

The benchmarks The XS, XS Max and XR iPhones equipped with the A12 Bionic chip have already impressed. The new iPad Pro comes with the A12X Bioniceven more powerful; And, look, they're already rivaling the 2018 MacBooks Pro that had already made a good performance leap over last year's models.

In one of the tests of the new iPad Pro that they already painted in the Geekbench database, he recorded 5,020 test points single-core and absurd 18,217 at the multi-core. By comparison, the high scores of the latest MacBook Pro are 5,344 and 22,552, respectively; for the previous iPad Pro of 3,908 and 9,310 (increases of 28% and 96%, respectively).

The test in question also proves what we talked about in this article yesterday: the iPad Pro with 1TB capacity should come with 6GB of RAM, while the others are equipped with 4GB.

As always, these results from benchmarks They should be taken only as a curiosity, but they are still a good reference. And if we think that the A12X Bionic is running on a 5.9mm thick tablet and it has to be efficient enough to make it last a full day on battery, just to get an idea of ​​what Apple can deliver to us on future Macs equipped with their ARM chips.

The annual advances that Apple's chip engineering team has made are phenomenal. I can't wait for the A13X

via 9to5Mac