Excellent running data of iPad air 4: A14 bionic scores improved significantly

 Excellent running data of iPad air 4: A14 bionic scores improved significantly

Iceuniverse, a twitter user, shared the results of using geekbench to test a14bionic chips on ipadir4, which runs IOS 14.0.1. The result is that the tablet has 1583 single core scores and 4198 multi-core scores. The a12bionic chip, which is equipped with iPad air3, has a single core score of 1112 and a multi-core score of 2832.

Compared with the a12z chip configured in the 2020 version of iPad pro, the single core performance of a14bionic chip is better, and the a12z score is 1119. The airz chip has a higher score of 4 cores because the ipalz has only 4 cores. In other words, in terms of single core speed, A14 chip is 41% faster than a12z chip, while multi-core speed is nearly 10% slower. In the future, a14x or a14z chips will definitely have better performance than a12zbionic chips.

In addition, fudge, an apple whistleblower, shared some details of Apples strategy to promote Apple arcade on twitter. According to fudge, apple is working with developers to get more games and compete with console level games. The whistleblower also said that Apple has been developing more powerful new Apple TV products with a12z and a14x chips, as well as a new game controller.

Apple arcade is getting a lot of money in, fudge said. At present, some games are being developed with the goal of competing with breath of the wild and so on, which is why we are developing new Apple TV products with a12z and a14x chips.

Earlier this year, some media reported that Apple was developing a new Apple TV with A14 chip and at least 6GB internal. However, Apples new Apple TV may not be available until 2021, according to the news agency. (Tianmen Mountain)

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