Benchmarks supposedly for Apple’s A14 Bionic processor within the iPad Air 4, first noticed by Twitter consumer “Ice Universe,” reveal that the A14 provides important efficiency enhancements over the iPhone 11‘s A13 Bionic.
A GeekBench benchmark for an “iPad13,2” with the motherboard quantity J308AP was uploaded yesterday. In accordance with leaker often called “L0vetodream,” J308AP is the iPad Air Four with mobile, and J307AP is the iPad Air Four with Wi-Fi solely.
The 6-core chip reportedly has a base frequency of two.99GHz and three.66GB of reminiscence, reaching a rating of 1,583 in single-core and 4,198 for multi-core.
That is markedly larger than the 1,336 in single-core and three,569 in multi-core for the A13 Bionic. In comparison with the A12Z chip from the 2020 iPad Pro, the A14 does higher than the A12Z in single-core at 1,118 and barely decrease than in multi-core at 4,564. The A12Z has a extra GPU core compared to the A12.
Whereas Apple reported through the announcement of the fourth-generation iPad Air that the A14 provides 40 p.c sooner efficiency and as much as 30 p.c sooner graphics than the earlier iPad Air with the A12 Bionic, these benchmarks present a extra tangible level of comparability. In addition they provide the most effective look but at what efficiency enhancements will doubtless be seen throughout the iPhone 12 lineup.