Apple 5nm chip A14 bionic first GeekBench benchmark details: 2.99GHz main frequency, single-core 1583, multi-core 4198
October 3rd 2020
This device is equipped with a 6-core processor and has a basic frequency of 2.99GHz, with a single-core running score of 1583 and a multi-core running score of 4198 . Should be the upcoming Apple iPad Air 4, equipped with a new 5nm chip A14 bionic.
For comparison, the running score of Apple A13 processor is about 1336 for single core and 3539 for multi-core; the running score of Apple A12 processor is about 1112 for single core and 2626 for multi-core.
In mid-September, Apple announced a new generation of flagship chip A14 Bionic, and the first flagship chip device iPad Air 4.
Apple said that the A14 bionic chip uses a brand new 6-core design (2 high frequency + 4 energy-saving core), using a 5nm process, the size of its transistors is in the unit of atom, with 11.8 billion transistors.
iPad13,2 GeekBench running score details:
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