New iPad Pros come with M1 chipset, 5G and Thunderbolt, the 12.9" model has mini-LED display

20 April 2021
The M1 chip is much faster and you can configure your tablet with up to 16 GB of RAM and 2 TB storage.

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RMS Vaule, 07 May 2021I should insult the ch*ld in the way like you. And school f... moreAh you are back again with your nonsense huh. Get some proof and come back. Then you can ramble all you want.

The architecture doesnt matter when you can get the same work done. Why is it so hard for you get a simple fact like this? Why dont you go and get some english lesson? Since it seems like not only did you not get simple facts, you didnt get what nicks words meant either. Get someone who actually understands english and show them nicks reply to you, and then ask them what it means.

"Thus these soc have only single thread for switch as a SPST output and differently measured performance on the pipeline compared SPDT till now for x86, although amd has a future plan odf DPDT switch system."

Ramble on all you want man, none of this changes the results you get in cinebench. As for whatever amd has plans for, let that come and and let it run some programs first.

I see you have stepped up from 'go to school' insult to bringing up parents and location and stuff. I'm looking forward to your growth.




Mediatek sux, 26 Apr 2021Kid*o, go to school, ill*terate, blah blah. Thats all you k... moreI should insult the ch*ld in the way like you. And school failure, I already proved everything with actual core informations unlike all useless benchmark scores for uneducates like you..


Again same bs talk without knowing sh*t.. Cisc and Risc cannot be in same test grade at first let alone beating. R23 for m1 works very well and have no relation with any x86 processors even after code translation. And talking about tdp, arm processors have too much lower tdp limits compared to x86. It then come to the point of quantum barrier and lose the data transferring process.. Thus these soc have only single thread for switch as a SPST output and differently measured performance on the pipeline compared SPDT till now for x86, although amd has a future plan odf DPDT switch system. Man, why I'm again saying some basic engineering words to the guy who is plain uneducated and home less in the same time..

Nick was joking for his limitation by not being a bs like you kiddo. I want to know your location. I feel sorry about your parents. I know education has a good cost..

Applehaterzsuck, 03 May 2021"Exclusive: Why Apple M1 Single “Core” Comparisons Are... more99% apps are multicore based now? I want to know about your qualifications

Anonymous, 29 Apr 2021This guy knows nothing more than cameras but you are a bigg... moresays the troll himself

Applehaterzsuck, 03 May 2021"Exclusive: Why Apple M1 Single “Core” Comparisons Are... moreThe amount of backlash they received from people (including many programmers and software engineers) in the comment section is also hilarious. But given the excessively negative tone of the article and the questionable statements made by the author, very understandable.

Anonymous, 22 Apr 2021Apple also cheating with their M1 processor on GeekBench. ... more"Exclusive: Why Apple M1 Single “Core” Comparisons Are Fundamentally Flawed (With Benchmarks)"

" It goes without saying that this flaw does not impact multi-core results. Those are still valid as Cinebench (and pretty much all other vendors) utilize all available threads for those."

LOL single-core scores don't even matter anyways, 99% of applications are multi-core these days.

How stupid are people now?

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Nodal to Mesh, 28 Apr 2021Dude to reply one has to be educated on particular topic. A... moreThis guy knows nothing more than cameras but you are a bigger trolll than him which is 100% confirmed by multiple members over here

Nick Tegrataker, 27 Apr 2021Hold on, did you seriously expect me to *answer* you in any... moreDude to reply one has to be educated on particular topic. And except camera hardwares you literally know nothing.. Troll

Nodal to Mesh, 26 Apr 2021As expected. Even Nick avoid to reply me. Because he's... moreHold on, did you seriously expect me to *answer* you in any form after you just told me to "stop embarrassing [myself] here" and literally nothing else? I'm not sure whether you're intentionally being rude or you just don't understand how to properly interact with other people, and I'm sorry if I sound offensive, but right now I have no reason to have a conversation with you. Ta.

Nodal to Mesh, 26 Apr 2021As expected. Even Nick avoid to reply me. Because he's... moreKid*o, go to school, ill*terate, blah blah. Thats all you know, some childish insults. Never gives any proof.

Who cares where you worked at or whatever degrees you have, the m1 beats similar tdp intel 1185 g7 cpu in cinebench - which is 3d rendering. It even beats the ryzen 4800u when both are at the same power. No need to get a degree to get a render done. Such a simple fact, yet you are unable to understand it.

Also, the nick guy replied to you - but seems like you didnt get his sarcasm.

Mediatek sux, 26 Apr 2021Cinebench is also a true 3d renderer. In the benchmark, you... moreAs expected. Even Nick avoid to reply me. Because he's knowledgeable on particular topic (camera ) and did understand that there is no help to reply a guy from the field. How shameless you're. Yeah as expected you didn't understand even 1% of those engineering words on topic of architecture school failure boy.

What these bubbling you have said illiter*te? Nothing is relevant to any engineering point of view. Just some purely bs words from the guy haven't got basic education even. I wonder how gsmarena admin allowed such underaged to comment in their site without having any knowledge or degree?!!!?
Kiddo, you even don't know how all benchmarks work for all different isa on the pipeline. Still arguing shamelessly, let alone understanding all engineering basic things I said about microprocessor architectures. Dude I've major in electronics, microprocessor and solid state device. I know what I'm saying about. I worked for 3 semiconductor companies in Germany for years.. It's not surprise that an illiterate can only argue. Mainly you guys are the reason create a reputation of apple users as they supposed to illiterate or school failure. It isn't my problem if an uneducated like you bubbling endless without understanding any sh*t

But don't worry child, I can educate you for free..

Nodal to Mesh, 26 Apr 2021I wonder that how could you back without having any knowled... moreCinebench is also a true 3d renderer. In the benchmark, you arent doing any webapi tests, its just rendering a 3d image using your own computers cpu. Its not cloud based or anything. How hard is it to understand this? Thats why i told you to go look at some videos, so you can see whats being done in the benchmark. Cinbench is just the render benchmark version of cinema4d - a 3d modeler and renderer. Its available natively for the m1, no transcode nothing. You dont even know that much. All you know is one insult 'go to school'.

Noone needs to understand the inner working of risc or cisc to know what gets the job done faster, using the same program, with full features. Like cinebench. You can write a whole essay about it again, but it still doesnt matter. No proof again. Who's the failure now?

Nodal to Mesh, 26 Apr 2021dude stop embarrassing you here by saying things out of you... moreSuch a convincing counterargument from you lmfao.

Nick Tegrataker, 24 Apr 2021Most benchmarks that claim to measure the single core perfo... moredude stop embarrassing you here by saying things out of your ideas. lol

Mediatek sux, 25 Apr 2021As expected, you know nothing. Not even how to look somethi... moreI wonder that how could you back without having any knowledge related to the field! Cinebench is a webapi benchmark you child with an option of 3d at web task.. Blender render is a true 3d bench mark. And as I said benchmark means nothing in term of different architectures. Where apple transcode isn't a proper emulation and looses 50% of native performance and features.

the matter is the RISC based chips don't usually have more than 100 instructions in total. So to perform a complex task, it keeps cycling the instructions back to back to finish it. Thus RISC will have have to repeat again and again with same instructions which create longer programs. This is utterly slow compared to CISC. Because of having longer chained instructions(from intel's Itanium or IA64 to AMD Ryzens), they can do it all in just one cycle. This is where it excels and RISC is way behind. For example a task includes adding 4 with 6. It will go with adding 4 ones and then adding with 6 ones(1s). But CISC will just do it like count 1 6 times from 4. This means 10 cycles vs 1 cycle. So in reality, RISC is slow though it is faster instruction wise. RISC chips can be developed easily with less resources and power, but it is so much hard to develop softwares for it than CISC, the total opposite. Hard and resourceful to develop, but easy to program. The frame I meant is all the instructions to be completed to finish a task are applied like cache, a big cluster at once, so that the chip thinks this is just a single task. All instructions are piled up into one single task and then processed which will have the 10 instructions and thus 10 cycles to finish it. And you need more threads for it(usually RISC doesn't have more than 1 thread per core). Not like CISC, where it is given in serial and then turned into a complex instruction and done at once. The former is time consuming but it is the only way to run mainstream programs of these days. You can analyze a kernel binary of ARM and understand what I meant here.


And I'm pretty much sure that you school failure won't under 1% of anything I wrote differences of two architecture types..

Get an admission soon in a primary school.

Love the idea of a computer power tablet, but really I'd like to be able to swap between ios and mac os so #whenmacpadpro

Nodal to Mesh, 23 Apr 2021I literally waited for you.. Cinebench is a webapi test fie... moreAs expected, you know nothing. Not even how to look something up. No proof, nothing. Just the usual 5 year old kid insult like 'go to school'.

Cinebench does 3d rendering. Look up some videos if you cant understand the info on their own site.

Also, you seem to be having some memory problems too, i told none on any site about any iphone becoming any top seller. Hope you get treated soon.

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JeuruW, 25 Apr 2021M1 chip is truely so magnificent even the aliens & extr... moreerrr no.

M1 chip is truely so magnificent even the aliens & extraterrestrials will be mindblown by its performance... Apple really is so advanced, sales will last for hundreds of years even until 2100s.

Anonymous, 22 Apr 2021Apple also cheating with their M1 processor on GeekBench. ... moreMost benchmarks that claim to measure the single core performance in fact measure the single-THREADED performance because not all apps are designed in a way that they can utilise multiple threads in the first place (i.e. There are a lot of workloads that you can't parallelise). What benchmark app developers should do is to simply rename the "single core score" to "single thread score", not to modify the entire testing procedure to see the literal per core performance. Then your claim is that Apple "cheats" in benchmark - this is absolutely false, there's nothing Apple can do to make Intel/AMD CPU single threaded scores more comparable to M1's. This is more of a problem with the specific naming scheme used by the benchmark companies.