iPad Pro M1 chip scores a whopping 2,744,873 in performance test!

iPad Pro 2024 Soars to an Astounding Score of 2744873 in Benchmark Test

iPad Pro 2024

Recently, the AnTuTu official released the benchmark score of the newly launched iPad Pro 2024, and the final comprehensive score reached an impressive 2744873.

Taking a closer look, the iPad Pro 2024 model used for the benchmark test is equipped with 16GB of RAM and 2TB of storage. According to Apple’s official specifications, this is the full-spec version powered by the M4 chip, featuring 4 performance cores and 6 efficiency cores. Looking at the individual scores of each component, the M4 chip received a CPU score of 723817 and a GPU score of 1120143. Compared to the previous generation iPad Pro with the M2 chip, there is a significant gap in benchmark scores. This also marks the highest score for an Apple mobile device in the AnTuTu V10 version, proving the remarkable performance of the M4 chip.

iPad Pro M1 Chip Score

It is reported that the iPad Pro 2024 features a Tandem OLED display, which stacks two OLED panels to achieve higher brightness. The manual peak brightness of the iPad Pro reaches 1000nits, while the HDR peak brightness can reach 1600nits. Leveraging pixel-level dimming of the OLED panel, the new iPad Pro achieves an Ultra Retina XDR display, providing more precise control over brightness in different areas of the screen, details, and colors. To further enhance the visual experience, the new iPad Pro also offers the option of a nano-texture glass panel, which reduces environmental reflections through different texture treatments, thus further improving the visual effect.

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