According to the shared screenshot, the A14’s Geekbench 5 results display a single-core score of 1,583 and a multi-core score of 4,198. In comparison, the iPhone 11 Pro, which uses the A13 Bionic, has a single-core score of 1,327 and a multi-core score of 3,286.
As spotted by Notebookcheck, the upcoming Exynos 1000 and Snapdragon 875 processors, on the other hand, are rumoured to have single-core scores of 1,302 and 1,102 respectively and multi-core scores of 4,250 and 4,113 respectively. However, another rumour gives the Exynos 1000 a single-core score of 1,038 and a multi-score score of 3,060.
Apple first announced the new iPad Air and the A14 chip mid-September. We wrote at the time, “Apple calls the 5nm A14 chip its most powerful ever. The chip has 11.8 billion transistors, six cores, and a four-core graphics architecture. The respective core designs are said to translate to a 40% improvement in CPU performance and a 30% graphics improvement. The chip also has a 16-core Neural Engine and second-gen machine learning accelerators.”
The iPad Air will be available sometime this month.