Apple iPad Pro 2021 AnTuTu Benchmark Performance Scores Slightly Lower than MacBook Air

Apple iPad Pro 2021 AnTuTu Benchmark Performance Scores Slightly Lower than Mac Book

Apple iPad Pro 2021 AnTuTu Benchmark

Apple is now preparing to ship iPad Pro with Apple’s chip M1 possibly in June. Apple has announced the next-generation iPad Pro at Apple’s Spring 2021 event, which features Apple’s chip, M1, support for Thunderbolt and USB 4 interfaces, 5G connectivity, and more. Following the Early score tests on Geekbench, that show that the new iPad Pro with Apple’s M1 chip is more than 50 percent faster than the previous generation iPad Pro, and twice faster than the Android flagship.

Now, Apple iPad Pro 2021 AnTuTu Benchmark performance scores were also unveiled scoring extremely strong performance. The configuration information shows that there is a frequent appearance of this device with the model number iPad 13,9, which is equipped with a 2732×2048 resolution screen, so basically it can be determined that it is a 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The iPad Pro 2021 AnTuTu benchmark score divided as CPU score is 240977, GPU score is 514792, MEM score is 199257, and UX score is 105221 equalling 1060247 overall scores.

Apple iPad Pro 2021 AnTuTu Benchmark

At the same time, Apple also equipped the new iPad Pro with 16GB memory specifications, from the parameters of the device has been in the same camp with the performance of MacBook Air products, but from the running score, aspect seems to be less than everyone’s expectations.

Compared to the previous M1-equipped MacBook Air AnTuTu Benchmark score, its score is as high as 1119243, including a CPU score of 282,265, GPU score of 538944, MEM score of 189921, and UX score of 108113. Overall, although the new iPad Pro is equipped with the same configuration as the MacBook Air, it has a considerable performance gap.

M1-equipped MacBook Air AnTuTu Benchmark score

AnTuTu speculates that the main reason for such a gap may be the heat dissipation configuration, after all, the main attribute of the iPad is still a mobile device, and its heat dissipation is not comparable to that of notebook products. In addition, the current system status of the iPad OS will also impose certain limitations on the performance of the new iPad Pro.

It is worth mentioning that there is news that Apple may gradually open up the Mac OS attributes for the iPad Pro in the future. If the Mac OS can be introduced in its entirety, then the iPad Pro will have a strong impact on the notebook market.

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