New iPad Air equipped with 4GB RAM appeared on Geekbench

Recently, the benchmark of a new iPad Air leaked which showed off the performance of the A14 Bionic which is yet to be released. The leaked information also revealed that the new iPad Air is equipped with 4GB of RAM.

The RAM in the iPad Air is 1GB more than the previous generation iPad and it is 2GB less than the iPad Pro 2020 that came with 6GB of RAM. With the increase in RAM and the A14 Processor, the new iPad Air will come with high-speed performance than the previous generation iPad model.

Join our Apple channel on telegram


As per the leaked benchmark, the new iPad Air scored 1,583 points for single-core and 4,198 points for multi-core. This is a huge jump as compared to the single-core score of 1,112 and a multi-core score of 2,832 which was scored by the iPad Air third-generation which features A12 Bionic.

The upcoming iPhone 12 is also said to come with A14 Bionic, so it is expected that we might see some great improvements in the performance of this upcoming smartphone. The A14 is Apple’s first chip which is based on the 5nm process. The reduced size of the chip helps in better power consumption and also increases the speed and efficiency of the device.

The official website of the company shows that the new iPad Air will be available at some point in October. It can be expected along with the iPhone 12 series. Along with these two devices, the new A14 Bionic will also make its debut so, Apple might want to release both the devices at the same time.

To Top