Global Top 10 Best Performing iOS Devices, April 2019
Recently Apple and Qualcomm have agreed to settle all ongoing lawsuits they had filed against each other. The settlement includes a payment from Apple to Qualcomm and a multi-year chipset supply agreement, suggesting that Apple will use Qualcomm's modem chips again in Apple's future iPhone models and thus 5G iPhone is likely to make its debut. However, before Apple’s launch event this year, it still remains to been when 5G iPhone will be available.
Today Antutu reveals our list of the global top 10 best performing iOS devices for April 2019. What are the most powerful iOS devices on the market right now? Come check with us.
1. Score: all the scores are averaged, not highest score per model (actual running results may fluctuate, which is a normal phenomenon).
2. Period of data collection: April 1, 2019 to April 30, 2019.
3. Data amount: at least 1000 units per model.
4. Data source: Antutu Benchmark V7
According to our most updated iOS list, the 11-inch iPad Pro 2018 and 12.9-inch iPad Pro 2018 occupy the top two positions once again with an average Antutu score of 550,546 and 549,641respectively. Both the two 2018 iPads are powered by the A12X Bionic chipset which is built on a 7nm process and has an eight-core CPU, a seven-core GPU, and a state-of-the-art Neural Engine that can perform up to 5 trillion operations per second. Moreover, the A12X Bionic has 10 billion transistors that allows it to outperform its predecessor with significant advantage.
The iPad Air 2019 and iPad mini 2019 ranked third and fourth with respective Antutu scores of 376,617 and 367,370. Both the 2019 iPads share the same A12 Bionic chipset with the latest generation iPhones, but with lager size and therefore larger battery, they enable longer battery life than the iPhones.
The next three positions are occupied by the three A12 Bionic Powered iPhone series. Specifically, iPhone XS takes the fifth position with an average Antutu score of 354,974 points, followed closely by iPhone XS Max with an average Antutu score of 354,486 points. iPhone XR ranked seventh with a slightly lower Antutu score of 344,578 points.
Coming in eighth and ninth are the two 2017 models of the iPad Pro which are both driven by the A10X Bionic chipset. The 10.5-inch model scored 279,465 points while the 12.9-inchmodel scored 278,567 points.
iPhone X secured the last spot with an average Antutu score of 245,103 points. iPhone 8 doesn’t make it to the list this month due to the entry of the new 2019 iPads to the list.
In general, there are no big changes in the ranking of iOS devices in April compared to that of last month, and the ranking order is expected to remain stable in the coming months until the arrival of the next generation iOS devices.
For more information about the ranking list, please visit Antutu official website or download AnTuTu Benchmark and check in the menu of “Ranking”.