When we think of Apple products, we think of reliability. These are devices that users choose because they are reliable, and usually ‘numbers’ are placed in the background.
But the AnTuTu benchmarking platform also tests iOS and iPadOS devices. And in a year when only the iPhone SE, the top 10 most powerful devices, has so far been dominated by the latest iPad Pro.
The 10 most powerful iOS / iPadOS devices, according to AnTuTu
|iPad Pro 4 (12.9 ‘)||719,786|
|iPad Pro 4 (11 ‘)||706,438|
|iPad Pro 3 (12.9 ‘)||704,919|
|iPad Pro 3 (11 ‘)||659,816|
|iPhone 11 Pro Max||516,681|
|iPhone 11 Pro||513,722|
|iPad Air 3||476,515|
|iPad mini 5||453,813|
|iPhone SE (2020)||449,508|
Unsurprisingly, iPad Pro launched in 2020 and 2018 dominate this list, capitalizing on the top four places. And then immediately appear the three iPhone 11 launched in 2019.
The list is complete with the iPad Air 3 and iPad Mini 5 launched in 2019. However, these have the particularity of having the iPhone XS processor that does not appear on the list. Closing the ranking is the iPhone SE, launched in 2020.
These data were collected between 1 and 30 June in version 8 of the AnTuTu Benchmark. The ranking is based on average scores, not maximum scores. Like any measurement of this kind, it should only serve as another barometer when purchasing equipment.
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