We have announced the introduction of the 11 and 12.9-inch iPad Pro 2020 , powered by the Apple A12Z Bionic processor and featuring a new keyboard accessory called Magic Keyboard and touchpad. 2020 iPad Pro 11 appeared in the AnTuTu performance test.
Looking at Apple's naming scheme, the iPhone 11 series needs to outperform iPad Pros . Because the iPhone 11 series is powered by the A13 Bionic processor, while the iPad Pro 2020 has the A12Z. However, this situation is not what it seems.
Powered by the iPhone 11, the A13 has six CPUs and four GPU cores. The A12X, which powers the iPad Pros introduced last year, has an eight-core CPU and a seven-core GPU . Let us come to the present day: The A12Z, which powers the iPad Pro 2020 introduced yesterday, has eight CPU cores and an eight-core GPU .
The device, which runs on March 24 with 13.4, has 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. In this way, it became clear that the iPad Pro 2020 had 6 GB of RAM.
The processor score is almost the same when compared to last year's iPad Pro. However, it is seen that by adding another core to the GPU, a 9 percent performance increase is achieved. This score is a record for AnTuTu. Apple's new tablet got 712218 points from the performance test.