After the early Benchmark Results on Geekbench 5, the M1 chip iPad Pro is over 50% faster than the previous generation iPad Pro, according to a report by MacRumors.
The 12.9-inch iPad Pro received average single-core and multi-core scores of 1,718 and 7,284, respectively, based on five Geekbench 5 tests. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro of the previous generation (4th generation) with the A12Z chip achieved average single-core and multi-core values of 1,121 and 4,656, respectively, which makes the M1 iPad Pro 56% faster .
In terms of graphics performance, the fifth generation iPad Pro with the M1 chip averaged 20,578 metals, making it 71% faster than the fourth generation iPad Pro with the A12Z chip.
The report also notes that the third-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro with the A12X chip got a higher average multi-core score of 4,809, but the M1 iPad Pro still came out 51% faster. According to the report, based on its benchmark tests, the iPad Pro is identical in performance to the M1 Macs introduced last fall. The iPad Pro with the M1 chip is reportedly “faster than a maximum 16-inch MacBook Pro with an Intel Core i9 processor that averages single-core and multi-core values of 1,091 and 6,845, respectively” and ” about the same “the M1 Macs in the graphics department.
Apple Two new iPad Pro models were unveiled during the Spring Loaded 2021 event: the 11-inch iPad Pro and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Both models are powered by Apple itself M1 chip. The models were pre-ordered along with the new ones in India on April 30th iMacs.