Apple’s new processor that will be featured in the new iPhones and iPads has already set a new performance record in the Geekbench test. It has not yet been released but Apple will comply and will finally launch its new line of iPhone 12 to try to be one of the protagonists during this Christmas campaign. Regarding the design, perhaps users expected more, but technologically the iPhone 12 will be very powerful and that is thanks to the A14 Bionic processor manufactured in the 5nm process and that has just passed a first performance test in Geekbench that already demonstrates its power. . The Geekbench performance test uses a scoring system to determine the performance of different chips under various processes, obtaining a score that consumers, and even manufacturers, later put on the table to demonstrate how good their mobile phone is, although on practice these scores may vary according to the use made by the user of the device. Be that as it may, the Geekbench 5 test results of Apple’s new A14 Bionic chip, this time running on an iPad, shows that the processor will provide higher performance compared to the current A13 Bionic. Apple introduced the new iPad Air last month revealing that its new tablet would work with the A14 Bionic processor, exactly the same processor that will power the new iPhone 12 series, and that stands out for being manufactured in a 5nm process with 11.8 billion transistors. inside. This is for comparison given that the current A13 Bionic has 8.5 billion transistors and under a 7nm manufacturing process. With that, it is not surprising to see that this benchmark has returned a score of 1583 for single core and 4198 for multiple cores. For comparison, the current A13 Bionic achieves a score of 1,329 on a single core and 3,468 for multiple cores. The Snapdragon 865 that is present in Android phones has had 930 in score for single core and 3495 for multi-core. The only other series of phones expected to have a 5nm processor this year is the Huawei Mate 40. As for the 5nm Snapdragon processor, it will be the Snapdragon 875 that will start to be found early next year, presumably starting with the Galaxy S21. It should be remembered that the A14 Bionic processor has six CPU cores with two high-performance cores for more complex tasks. The rest of the cores are used for general maintenance.