The results were shared by Ice Universe on Twitter, who noted:
A14’s first Geekbench 5 results appeared, single-core 1583, multi-core 4198, still the king.
As you can see from the shared Geekbench scores, the ‘iPad 13,2’, Apple’s brand new iPad Air 4 sporting an A14 chip, clocked a single-core score of 1583, and a multi-core score of 4198. In and of themselves, benchmarks are quite arbitrary, and usually not a focus of Apple’s marketing. However, these results are extremely important for two reasons.
Firstly, this confirms Apple’s own indications that the new iPad Air 4 is 40% faster than the previous model. In fact, Apple’s estimate…