A14 Bionic Benchmarks Surface Online, New Apple TV Models In The Works

Recently, a brand-new iPad device model iPad13,2 surfaced on the GeekBench website, which claims to show how powerful the A14 Bionic chip is.

This device is equipped with a 6-core processor and has a 2.99GHz base frequency. It has a single-core score of 1,583 and a multi-core score of 4,198. Leaker L0vetodream insists that this device is indeed the upcoming iPad Air 4, which features a new 5nm chip A14 Bionic.

For comparison, Apple's A13 processor scored about 1,336 for single-core and 3,539 for multi-core; the A12 chip tallied about 1,112 for single-core and 2,626 for multi-core.

Apple said that the A14 Bionic chip uses a brand-new 6-core design, using a 5nm process, the size of its transistors is in the unit of an atom, with 11.8 billion transistors.

Speak of the A14 chip, another reliable leaker known as "Fudge" said that Apple plans to increase its efforts to enhance the Apple Arcade game subscription service experience. In order to better compete with home game consoles, Apple plans to launch a more powerful Apple TV.

Fudge believes Apple is developing Apple TV that sports A12X/Z and A14X chips, as well as brand new game controllers. It's worth noting that some games may require an A13 or above chip to run. 

Earlier this year, it was reported that Apple was developing an Apple TV that comes with an A14 chip, which will be equipped with 6GB RAM. Apple wants to provide graphics processing performance that can rival that of home game consoles.

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