New iPad Pro Geekbench running score exposure only improves GPU performance compared to A12X

On March 24th, macrumors found the running score of the Apple A12Z processor on Geekbench. Geekbench is specifically tested for the CPU performance of the processor, so we will know if there is any difference between the A12Z and the A12X in terms of CPU.

The A12Z scored 1114 points on Geekbench and 4654 on multi-core. The score is based on the new iPad Pro 11-inch version. The 2018 11-inch iPad Pro has a single-core score of 1113 and a multi-core score of 4608. So after comparison, we found that the difference between the A12Z and the A12X is only on the GPU, the CPU part has not changed, and it is 8 cores like the A12X.

So in general, Apple's A series processor A12Z can be ranked first, followed by A12X, and then A13 processor. The iPad Pro equipped with the A12Z has not only been improved on the GPU, the corresponding new iPad Pro has also added an ultra-wide-angle lens and a ToF lens, and supports 4K video editing.

In addition, along with the new iPad Pro, there is a new smart keyboard. After adding the trackpad, the iPad Pro can be more productive. At present, the iPad Pro2020 can be booked on the official website, starting at 6,229 yuan (USD $890) , but ordering now needs to wait for delivery after April 10.

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