A14X Bionic processor in iPad Pro will overtake Intel Core i9 in 16-inch MacBook Pro

The A14X Bionic will be Apple’s powerful 5nm chip that is expected to power the iPad Pro. This tablet, by the way, is also rumored to be equipped with a Mini LED display.

What will be the performance of Apple’s most powerful processor? This can be understood by comparing its performance with the company’s previous chips.

The 2018 iPad Pro used the A12X Bionic. Its performance was roughly equal to that of an Intel 6-core processor in a 15-inch MacBook Pro. As for the A14X Bionic, its estimated performance will be even higher and can be roughly calculated based on the difference found between the A12 Bionic and the A12Z Bionic.

According to these numbers, the performance of the A14X Bionic could be equal in performance to the Intel Core i9 processor -9980HK in 16-inch MacBook Pro.

YouTube channel “Living on iPad” decided to check the performance difference between the A12 Bionic and A12Z Bionic. According to him, the multi-core test results demonstrated by the A12Z Bionic improved by 64 percent, and he applied these results to find out the calculated performance of the A14X Bionic. The results of these calculations are amazing: YouTube channel estimates that the future chipset will score 6884 points in the multi-core test.

This score makes the A14X Bionic faster than a 16-inch MacBook Pro with an 8-core Intel Core i9-9980H processor. scored 6561 points and equal to the same computer with an 8-core Intel Core i9-9980HK processor. This means Apple has found a way to keep the same number of cores in its future flagship chipset while significantly improving performance.

While the performance of the A12X Bionic and A12Z Bionic is more than adequate for most iPad Pro owners, power users will certainly want see what the A14X Bionic is capable of.

It is also reported that Apple will release games in the near future to compete with “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”, which means future games that take advantage of the processing and graphics capabilities of the A14X Bionic may appear. much earlier than expected.