Apple introduced the iPad Pro (2024) model with its new in-house M4 chipset earlier this week. The tablet succeeds the iPad Pro (2022) model, which is powered by the M2 chips. The recently launched iPad Pro from the Cupertino-based tech giant comes in two display sizes and four storage options. An iPad Pro with an M4 chip has already been spotted on a benchmarking website, and the results suggest it’s significantly faster than the older iPad Pro model and some existing MacBook models.

iPad Pro (2024) with M4 chipset and 16 GB RAM was noticed on Geekbench. It is seen with a single-core score of 3,810 points and a multi-core score of 14,541 points. The 4.4GHz 10-core M4 chip is 25 percent faster than the previous M3 processor, MySmartPrice report notes.

The report adds that the previous iPad Pro (2022) model, which comes with the M2 chipset, scored 2,444 and 9,256 points in the single-core and multi-core tests, respectively. This suggests that the iPad Pro (2024) model powered by the M4 chip shows a 55.89 percent and 57.10 percent increase in single-core and multi-core tests, respectively, suggesting a significant improvement in the new tablet’s performance over the older model.

Another Geekbench test on the 16GB M4 iPad Pro (2024) model shows single- and multi-core results of 3767 and 14677 points, respectively. Gizmochina report suggests that this is a significant improvement over the results of the 14-inch MacBook Pro model, which is powered by the 11-core M3 Pro chipset. The MacBook model can be found on Geekbench with scores of 3,023 and 12,641 points on single and multi-core tests respectively.

It should be noted that the iPad Pro (2024) starts in India at Rs. 99,900 for the base 11-inch, Wi-Fi only 256GB option. The tablet is also available in 512GB, 1TB and 2TB variants and a 13-inch display size option. Available in Silver and Space Black colors.

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