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iPad Pro 2024 AnTuTu Score Reveals A Huge Leap By iPad In Terms Of Performance

Cupertino-based tech giant Apple just recently launched the Apple iPad Pro during the launch event along with other products. The tablet came with the M4 chip from Apple. This new iPad Pro has broken all the records with the exceptional AnTuTu benchmark score. Recently a post appeared on Weibo from the AnTuTu official account that shows the benchmarking result of an Apple device with the model number iPad 16.6. It runs iPadOS 17.4 and packs 16GB RAM with 2TB storage. This is believed to be the newly launched iPad Pro 2024. Let’s get to know about the scores in detail.

As per the post, the iPad Pro 2024 has got an exceptional score in various benchmarks. The iPad Pro 2024 total AnTuTu score is 2,744,873 which is a significant boost in comparison to its predecessor. Its high CPU score of 723,817 shows the advancement made by the company in the chip design and manufacturing process. The same was said by the company in its announcement that M4 delivers up to 1.5x faster CPU performance over the powerful M2 in the previous iPad Pro.

It has achieved a GPU score of 1,120,143 points which tells about its powerful graphics processing unit making it an ideal product for those who are looking for high-performance graphics processing. The M4 chip comes with the new 10-core GPU of M4 builds upon the next-generation graphics architecture of the M3 family of chips. And one of the thing that Apple highlighted while revealing the chip to the world is that it features Dynamic Caching, an Apple innovation that allocates local memory dynamically in hardware and in real time to dramatically increase the average utilization of the GPU. It has got MEM score and UX score of 470,720 points and  430,193 points respectively. This overall means Apple has taken a huge leap with the launch of iPad Pro 2024 with the M4 chip. When you compare the score with the previous generation you get to see a 15% increase in CPU performance, a 20% increase in GPU capabilities, and a 10% enhancement in memory management.

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