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First A14 Benchmarks from iPad Air 4 Spotted Online

First A14 Benchmarks from iPad Air 4 Spotted Online

Benchmarks for what appears to be Apple’s A14 Bionic processor in the iPad Air 4 have been spotted online, and reveal that the A14 chip provides a significant performance boost over Apple’s A13 Bionic chip that powers the iPhone 11 lineup. Twitter user “Ice Universe” first spotted the benchmarks.


GeekBench benchmark for an “iPad13,2” with the motherboard number J308AP was uploaded yesterday. Well-known leaker “L0vetodream,” says J308AP is the iPad Air 4 with cellular, while J307AP is the ‌iPad‌ Air 4 with Wi-Fi only.


The 6-core chip reportedly has a base frequency of 2.99GHz and 3.66GB of memory, achieving a score of 1,583 in single-core and 4,198 for multi-core.

These numbers are a considerable boost over the 1,336 in single-core and 3,569 in multi-core for the A13 Bionic. The A14 also does better than the A12Z chip from the 2020 iPad Pro, which scored a single-core score at 1,118 and came in slightly lower than in multi-core at 4,564. The A12Z has an extra GPU core compared to the A12x.

The ‌iPad‌ Air 4 with the A14 Bionic is due to go on sale at some point this month, and marketing materials are reportedly arriving at Apple Stores.

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