iPad Air 2 Features 3-Core 1.5GHz A8X Processor, 2GB of RAM [Benchmarks]

iPad Air 2 Features 3-Core 1.5GHz A8X Processor, 2GB of RAM [Benchmarks]

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Early benchmarks for the new iPad Air 2 reveal that the device features a 3-core 1.5GHz A8X processor and 2GB of RAM.

Primate Labs posted early benchmarks for the new device to Twitter noting that, "iPad Air 2 with a 3-core processor is the fastest multi-core iOS device by a large margin."

iPhoneBenchmark.net also posted memory mark benchmarks for the device which revealed a memory size of ~1987MB.

Take a look at the charts below for more details. It looks as though new iPad has significantly more processing power than any iOS device we've ever seen before!

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iPad Air 2 Features 3-Core 1.5GHz A8X Processor, 2GB of RAM [Benchmarks]

iPad Air 2 Features 3-Core 1.5GHz A8X Processor, 2GB of RAM [Benchmarks]

iPad Air 2 Features 3-Core 1.5GHz A8X Processor, 2GB of RAM [Benchmarks]

iPad Air 2 Features 3-Core 1.5GHz A8X Processor, 2GB of RAM [Benchmarks]
dave vangina - October 22, 2014 at 8:52am
WTF 4th core disabled as on Apple TV? Nobody makes chips with 3 cores
grave hole - October 22, 2014 at 11:00am
Wtf a troll who can't see how Apple made 3 core chips and can't realize what point he's trying to make.
Sympathy - October 21, 2014 at 9:40pm
See these results kids?? More memory and more cores = more horse power. This pretty much sums up and punch all the iSheep's in the face with the "who needs more than 1GB ram?? Who needs more than dual-core??" excuses. GJ Apple. Finally providing us the real performance!!
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T Hui - October 21, 2014 at 9:52pm
In the IPhone 6 and 6 , they still beat their competition in speed in single and multi core benchmarks even though they use dual core and 1 GB of RAM.
Re: Fandroid Boy - October 21, 2014 at 9:56pm
"All that horsepower" doesn't really matter if the OS is inefficient and can't make use of it. iOS DOES. Android DOESNT. That's the difference. Get your shitttt straight before you start talking it.
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