The First iPad Air 4 Benchmarks Revealed Online While Apple Sets Sight On Testing A14-Powered Apple TV

    Apple’s recent announcement introduced the new iPad Air 4 to the world but the Cupertino-based smartphone manufacturer couldn’t meet the demand and supply targets to ship the product right away. Now, the news is coming that the iPad Air 4 would be available in October as we already have the benchmarks revealed online right at the start of the month.

    Apple’s new iPad Air 4 is going to be their first device to come equipped with the latest A14 chip as well.

    Depending on the numbers that have been shown in the benchmarks, it’s pretty evident that the chip is going to take the speed to a whole new level. The Geekbench figures of 1583 for a single-core as well as 4198 for the multi-core compare rather favorably with older iPad Air model that featured the previously available A12 processor chip. As a matter of fact, almost a 50% performance boost can be expected with the introduction of this new A14 chip.

    With these numbers now available, we can pretty much have an idea about what to expect from the upcoming iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro models as they arrive later in the month. They’re also presumed to have the new A14 processors.

    With the newest processor chip, the upcoming iPhones will be the fastest available to date, although you might get disappointed if you’re expecting any massive speed jump. To be honest, it will all depend on the way the smartphone manufacturer actually utilizes that extra power which comes along.

    What’s even more interesting is the leak that came from Fudge, the Twitter leaker, claiming that Apple is currently working on its new Apple TV as well which is also going to feature A14 chip or something similar to that.

    They continue to say that it’s all because of the Apple Arcade, as Apple continues to throw money at its game subscription service in the bid to improve it. Apparently, that will mean far more meaty games for the users requiring much faster processors for them to run seamlessly.

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