Apple launched the new powerful iPad Pro with the M1 processor it used on the latest Macs and has just released the first benchmarks showing impressive performance growth.
Geekbench 5’s first results for the fifth-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro with the M1 chip show that the average score in Single-Core is 1,718 points and in Multi-Core it’s 7,284 points. By comparison, the fourth-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro with the A12Z processor has an average score in Single-Core is 1,121 points and in Multi-Core it’s 4,656 points.
In the video below from YouTube channel Marques Brownlee, you can see a detailed analysis of the new powerful iPad from Apple.
Video from YouTube channel Marques Brownlee
Quite simply, the new M1 iPad Pro is 56% faster than its predecessor and almost as fast as the M1 MacBook Air, which has an average score of 7,378 points.
OS iPadOS 14.5.1
Chipset Apple M1
GPU Apple GPU (8-core graphics)
RAM and Storage
128GB 8GB RAM, 256GB 8GB RAM, 512GB 8GB RAM, 1TB 16GB RAM, 2TB 16GB RAM