Apple's new iPad Air benchmarks reveal that its 1.4 GHz A7 processor is 80% faster than iPad 4. Its A7 clock is speedier and it runs 100 MHz faster than iPhone 5S A7 processor.
Apple Incorporated’s latest iPad beats its predecessors hands down. The benchmarks all show that the iPad Air shows close to a 80% improvement over last year’s versions. And the A7 processor it sports is way ahead of the A6X.
The A7 processor has a running speed that is 100 MHz quicker than the one found in the iPhone 5S. Either it is due to the heftier battery or the spacious framework. Maybe the level of heat conduction is better in this model. As for the clock on the device, it is very fast indeed. And while the iPad Air can be purchased for only a hundred bucks more than iPad 2, it is worth much more in terms of speed. It is 5 times faster than iPad 2.
This benchmark research on the iPad Air took place at Primate Labs. It proved almost twice as fast as the other 4th generation gadgets as promised by Apple. The device will begin selling on November 1st, 2013 at Apple Stores. Online deliveries will begin simultaneously. The benchmarks that define this product have made a place for it in the Perfection Hall of Fame. The featherweight device with its slim, sleek silhouette lends elegance a whole new aura. Such technology touches tomorrow in its own way. And the preview touts it as a vast improvement over former models. In other words, it is definitely a very good bargain for those who seek the best.