Early iPad Pro Benchmarks [Charts]

Early iPad Pro Benchmarks [Charts]

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ArsTechnica has run some benchmarks on the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro. As expected the larger tablet performs much better than the iPad Air 2 and the new iPhone 6s.

The A9X can’t quite get up to the level of a modern U-series Core i5 based on Broadwell or Skylake (see the 2015 MacBook Air and Surface Pro 4 results), but it’s roughly on the same level as a Core i5 from 2013 or so and it’s well ahead of Core M. And despite the fact that it lacks a fan, the A9X shows little sign of throttling in the Geekbench thermal test, which bodes well for the iPad Pro’s ability to run professional-caliber apps for extended periods of time.

The iPad Pro does graphics very well as well. Not only did it beat every previous iDevice, it also beat every Intel GPU up to and including the Intel Iris Pro 5200 that is found in the 15-inch MacBook Pro and the Intel HD 520 found in the Surface Pro 4.

Take a look at a few of the benchmark charts below and please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.

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Early iPad Pro Benchmarks [Charts]

Early iPad Pro Benchmarks [Charts]

Early iPad Pro Benchmarks [Charts]

Early iPad Pro Benchmarks [Charts]

Early iPad Pro Benchmarks [Charts]

Early iPad Pro Benchmarks [Charts]
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