Even the most powerful chips from Intel and AMD were also smoked by Apple

 According to Geekbench's latest single-core rankings, the Apple M4 chip has become the new single-core performance champion, beating the Intel Core i9-14900KS in test scores.

Not long after holding the Let Loose event to launch the new iPad series this week, benchmark scores of iPads equipped with the M4 chip appeared on Geekbench. The results show that the overall scores in most reviews show excellent numbers, in which the single-core score reaches about 3800 points, exceeding previous chips, Intel's Intel Core i9-14900KS and AMD's Ryzen 9 7950X. Capital reached about 3300 points.

Intel Core i9-14900KS is Intel's most powerful chip...

Intel Core i9-14900KS is Intel's most powerful chip...

Along with some design improvements, Apple has upgraded directly to the new M4 chip instead of using the M3 chip for the latest iPad Pro line. This M4 chip is combined with a 10-core CPU, 10-core GPU, and a 16-core neural engine capable of reaching 38 TOPS. This System on Chip (SoC) chip is manufactured on the second generation 3nm process and comes with advanced features such as dynamic caching, ray tracing hardware acceleration and AV1 hardware acceleration.

...but was beaten by the M4 on the new iPad Pro.

...but was beaten by the M4 on the new iPad Pro.

As for CPU performance, Apple's internal testing shows that the high-end M4 chip has 28 billion transistors, 50% higher performance than the M2 chip. When compared to the Asus Zenbook 14 OLED (UX3405MA) equipped with Intel Core Ultra 7 155H and 32 GB RAM, this device running Apple's M4 chip "delivers equivalent performance but only consumes 1/4 of the power".

Other parts of the benchmark also indicate that the M4 is about 3% more efficient than the M3, but more detailed testing is needed to determine whether this is an improvement on Apple's chip or not.

Key technical specifications of Apple M4.

Key technical specifications of Apple M4.

As for the Apple M4's Geekbench machine learning test scores, the improvement from M2 to M4 is dismissed. Although Apple boasts artificial intelligence (AI) acceleration, the new chip is only about 23% faster. .

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iPad Pro M4 has just been launched with outstanding performance, opening a new AI era for tablets.

Apple recently officially launched the new iPad Pro and iPad Air models, confirming all the rumors in recent months. Even the "last minute" information that the iPad Pro OLED will use the M4 chip instead of the M3 as expected has come true.

The reason Apple chose the M4 chip for this year's tablet products may be related to artificial intelligence (AI), as the company prepares to launch new generation AI features in iOS 18 and iPadOS 18.

How powerful is the iPad Pro M4?

iPad Pro M4 has a CPU that is 1.5 times faster than M2 on iPad Pro 2022, providing impressive processing speed for all tasks, from video editing, heavy graphics to gaming. The improved GPU with ray-tracing support promises a more realistic and smoother graphics experience.

The next bright spot is the outstanding energy efficiency of the M4. This new chip can provide performance equivalent to M2 but only uses half the power, helping to significantly extend battery life and reduce temperatures during use.

The power of the new M4 chip.

The power of the new M4 chip.

Compared to conventional PC chips, the M4 chip delivers comparable performance using only a quarter of the power, confirming Apple's performance-per-watt leadership.

The AI ​​power of M4 is demonstrated through a powerful 16-core Neural Engine, providing 25% faster AI processing performance than M2. Thanks to that, iPad Pro M4 can handle complex AI tasks such as image recognition, language translation, and virtual reality smoothly and effectively. This is the foundation for the new generation AI features that Apple plans to launch in iOS 18 and iPadOS 18.

Initial performance test results

With extremely impressive parameters, an iPad16.6 running iOS 17.5 appeared on the performance evaluation site Geekbench. Based on the code name, this could be one of the four iPad Pro M4 models that Apple just launched.

According to the test, iPad Pro M4 scored 3767 points in the single-core test and 14677 points in the multi-core test. iPad Pro using M2 chip scored 2569 points and 9963 points in the same test.

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