In the iPhone podcast for Actualidad, we noted over and over, the good would be that Apple introduced the new Apple Pro in the fall of this year, so use the new A14 chip in its X version, a variant that Apple has always used in the Pro category.
However, Apple is once again doing its thing and this week introduced a new generation of iPad Pro, iPad Pro namely powered by the A12Z processor
Knowing this information, we can imagine that the difference in performance will be small. Apple has never been known to brag about the speed of its processors. It is only dedicated to comparisons such as "The iPad Pro is so fast that it hits most bookmarks available today." Most users, only want applications to open and execute processes faster and not necessarily the speed of the processor.
The first performance test can be found on AnTuTu and show us how the new iPad Pro is faster than Apple's 2018 model release, and 712,218 and 705,585 schools, respectively.
We don't know why Apple decided not to use the A13 processor currently available on the iPhone 11 but on a different X. Instead, it used a different A12X, which is available in the 2018 model, so to speak not surprisingly, the performance results are almost the same.
In terms of graphics power, the iPad Pro 2020 reaches 373,781 points while the 2018 model is 345,016, which means 8% increase. This difference is not due to the additional processor for the 2020 model, but also to the 2 GB of RAM that covers the entire range of the new Pro version.