IPad Air 2 Benchmark Reveals 3-core CPU And 2GB Of RAM

By 02:00 Thu, 22 Jul 2021 Comments

Apple iPad Air 2 made a trip to the popular Geekbench benchimprint and revealed juicy bits about itself. The freshly announced full-size tablet from Cupertino sports 2GB of Random-Access Memory (RAM) and rather curious 3-core CPU.

While 2GB of Random-Access Memory (RAM) are hardly a surprise due to a number of leaks that recommended the memory bump, the Central Processing Units (CPU) setup surely is a curious one. Past iPad models have stuck to a dual-core CPU.

The Geekbench score is quite impressive too - it clearly indicates that the iPad Air 2 is quite a performer. We will reserve final judgements for our full review, but, at a quick glance, the 4477 score is the highest we’ve seen.

Doubling the Random-Access Memory (RAM) in the iPad Air 2 is likely a step to accommodate the previously rumored split-classy screen multitasking. The latter is expected to appear on the slate via a future update.




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