In some benchmarks, the new iPad Pro even beats MacBook Pros
See the stunning performance of new devices Apple and their brilliant benchmarks that are repeated in every generation have become commonplace. Last year, the iPhones of this company were able to be introduced as the most powerful phones in the world by a huge margin compared to all their competitors, and their benchmarks were equal to devices such as iPad tablets. At the WWDC 2017 conference held recently, this company unveiled its new series of iPads that come with a 10.5-inch screen. Today, benchmarks of these devices have been published, which show that Apple’s extraordinary performance in coordinating software and hardware continues.
These benchmarks were published by a blog called BareFeats and then 9to5mac analyzed them extensively. The devices included in this test are MacBook 13-inch 2017, MacBook 13-inch 2016, iPad Pro 12.9-inch 2017, iPad Pro 12.9-inch 2015, iPad Pro 9.7-inch 2016 and the new iPad 10.5-inch. As you can see in the pictures, in the single-core test, the 2017 and 2016 MacBook Pros are on top, but in the multi-core test, the 2017 MacBook Pro scored 10261 points, and the new MacBook Pro is in second place. . In the test of metal graphics processor, the new iPad has passed all the devices and is in the first place. Finally, the results related to the graphics test have been repeated and again, the 10.5-inch iPad Pro has been ranked first.
Of course, seeing this A few points should also be taken into account. First, the results of the benchmarks do not in any way indicate the performance of a device in real conditions, and several parameters affect the user’s experience of working with a tablet or laptop. Another point is related to the dimensions of the screen and its quality. MacBooks have a larger display with more pixels, and this can have a negative impact on the score obtained by them in benchmarks. Nevertheless, the results of the tests performed on the 10.5-inch iPad Pro show that Apple has succeeded in making a device that can provide users with the best processing performance with less hardware.