A new Apple iPad Air (2020) has been spotted on Geekbench which reveals the performance of the A14 Bionic chipsets. It’s the same chipset that will power the iPhone 12 that will launch on October 13. The Cupertino-based comapny has announced the iPad Air 4 (2020) on September 15 this year.
The Geekbench listing also reveals the performance scores of the new A14 Bionic and it looks like the new chip is around 20% more powerful than the A13 Bionic, the previous chipset that powers the Phone 11 line-up. Talking about the scores, during the multi-core test, the A14-equipped device has posted a 4198 score which is about 20% higher than the iPhone 11 Pro’s results.
The A12Z Bionic chip that powers the current iPad Pros scores a bit lower in the single-core stakes with 1,118, and somewhat higher in the multi-core tests with 4,564. This indicates how powerful the new 2020 iPad Air 4 actually is. This is the fourth generation of Apple’s mid-range ‘iPad Air’ line-up.
The new iPad Air 4 (2020) price starts at $599 and will be available to buy from the next month.