At the recent WWDC, Apple had a successful event where it unveiled new iPad Pro in 10.5 and 12.9 inches and the next version of iOS as well. The new iPads are powered by the A10X Fusion chip, along with the M10 coprocessor, and it has appeared on Geekbench.
Mentioned as iPad 7.4 on Geekbench and running the iOS 10.3.2, the A10X chip has been clocked at 2.36 GHz with 3 high performance cores as shown in the screenshot. Apple has virtually destroyed the benchmark results with the single-core score of 3832 and the unbelievably high multi-core score of 9091. The latter, specifically, is nearly twice as what the A10 chip present in the iPhone 7/7 Plus managed to do.
Fastest and Most Advanced iPads
The updated iPad Pro models are the fastest and the most advanced iPads yet. According to Apple, the new iPad Pro is 30 percent faster than the previous one with 40 percent faster graphics. And it is not just about speed, the screen now has higher brightness of 600 nits with only 1.8 percent reflectivity. The display also supports up to 120Hz of refresh rate making them the only tablets/mobile devices in the world to do so.
Furthermore, the new iPads also revealed iOS 11 with updated User Interface and some much needed new functionality. There’s the new Files App to manage the file system, new drag and drop functionality where a user can drop items while working on a split screen. The OS is yet to be released publicly and we will likely see it first on the upcoming iPhones and the newly revealed iPad Pro.
It is a no-brainer that we are waiting to get our hands on the fastest iPads. We will bring you more updates as we get them.
News source: tech.sina.com