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Apple iPad Pro 12.9 (2022) review

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 (2022) review

Slim power tablet. Apple has given its biggest tablet a mild upgrade and the new M2 processor. However, other improvements are far and few between. Read our review to find out what else is new and whether upgrading to the new tablet is worthwhile.

The Apple iPad Pro 12.9 takes things to a new level. Sporting a 12.9-inch display, it is a rarity not only because of its sheer size, but also because of the mini-LED technology used. Throw in the optional keyboard and stylus, and the tablet turns into a creative machine, while the Apple M2 processor leaves most notebooks in the dust. However, all this comes at a price, which has increased with the new version.

In review here is the cheapest entry-level model without mobile connectivity, which costs US$1,099. All prices and storage variants, which now range up to 2 TB, can be found in the following table: 

Storage equipmentPrice (WLAN model)Price (with cellular modem)
128 GBUS$1,099US$1,299
256 GBUS$1,199US$1,399
512 GBUS$1,399US$1,599
1.024 GBUS$1,799US$1,999
2.048 GBUS$2,199US$2,399

Display

12.90 inch 4:3, 2732 x 2048 pixel 265 PPI, capacitive, Liquid Retina XDR Display, Mini-LED, 1.8% reflectivity, glossy: yes, HDR, 120 Hz

Storage

128 GB NVMe, 128 GB 

, 112.9 GB free

Connections

1 USB 3.1 Gen2, 1 USB 4.0 40 Gbps, 1 Thunderbolt, 1 HDMI, 1 DisplayPort, Audio Connections: USB-C, Brightness Sensor, Sensors: Face ID, LiDAR-Scaner, Three-axis gyro, Accelerometer, Barometer

Networking

Wi-Fi 6E (a/b/g/n = Wi-Fi 4/ac = Wi-Fi 5/ax = Wi-Fi 6), Bluetooth 5.3, GPS

Size

height x width x depth (in mm): 6.4 x 280.6 x 214.9 ( = 0.25 x 11.05 x 8.46 in)

Battery

40.88 Wh, 3.82 mAh Lithium-Polymer, 10702

Charging

fast charging / Quickcharge

Operating System

Apple iPadOS 16

Camera

Primary Camera: 12 MPix (f/1.8) + 10 MPix (f/2.4, 125°), Sapphire crystal lens cover, 4k-Video

Secondary Camera: 12 MPix (f/2.4, 122°), Full HD video

Additional features

Speakers: Quad, Keyboard: Onscreen, USB-C-Cabel, 20W-Charger, Sticker, 12 Months Warranty, HDR: HLG, HDR10, Dolby Vision, fanless

Weight

682 g ( = 24.06 oz / 1.5 pounds), Power Supply: 70 g ( = 2.47 oz / 0.15 pounds)

Note: The manufacturer may use components from different suppliers including display panels, drives or memory sticks with similar specifications.

Despite its immense size, the Apple iPad Pro 12.9 (2022) has a slim unibody design and feels good in the hands. Although it is the heaviest tablet in the comparison field, it is not as bulky as the spec sheet suggests. Fun fact: The display area is almost as large as that of six iPhone 14 Pros

The build quality is first-class. The aluminum is a haptic flatterer and insensitive to fingerprints. Gaps are tight and even. The tablet yields slightly when subject to torsional stress and creaks a little, but still gives a stable impression. 

The iPad Pro 12.9 does not possess any certifications against dust or water. On the aspect of sustainability the 6th generation shows no improvements, unfortunately. Apple’s sustainability report reveals reduced energy efficiency and the 2 TB model has a larger carbon footprint than its predecessor, but all other storage variants have a lower carbon footprint. As with the iPad 10, recycled gold is now also used here.

Apple has left equipment of last year’s model, which was already very high quality, untouched. This includes a USB 4 interface, which also supports Thunderbolt 3 and thus data transfer rates of up to 40 GBit/s as well as wired image output.

Bluetooth 5.3 is a new addition, and the Apple tablet now also supports Wi-Fi 6E. Optional keyboards can be connected to the Smart Connector on the back, which magnetically lock to the iPad Pro. A pencil (2nd generation) can be attached and recharged via the magnetic surface on the right long side.

The 6th generation Apple iPad Pro 12.9 comes with iPadOS 16.1. During our review, our review sample received a bugfix update to version 16.1.1. The mobile operating system is still not an adequate alternative to macOS. Even if Apple likes to claim that the tablet is a full-fledged notebook replacement, this is likely to be true only in a few cases, especially in productive work. An exception here is certainly the creativity aspect, which is simply more fluid with a pen and a touchscreen than on a laptop. We like the fact that Stage Manager has made it onto the iPad.

The current iPadOS continues to do without bloatware and the iPad Pro 12.9 should be supplied with updates for a long time. Although Apple does not provide exact details, we expect at least five years of software updates. 

A new feature of the Apple iPad Pro 12.9 (2022) is the support for Wi-Fi 6E and thus also the 6 GHz network for the WLAN. This also works in conjunction with our Asus ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000 reference router, but the transmission rates fall far short of expectations. This worked much better in the smaller iPad Pro 11.

A cellular module with a broad frequency range and 5G is optionally available, which can use either a nano-SIM or an eSIM.

iperf3 receive AXE11000




442 (min: 222) MBit/s ∼53%

iperf3 transmit AXE11000




486 (min: 175) MBit/s ∼54%

iperf3 transmit AXE11000 6GHz




747 (min: 145) MBit/s ∼42%

iperf3 receive AXE11000 6GHz




702 (min: 225) MBit/s ∼44%

iperf3 receive AXE11000




831 (min: 779) MBit/s ∼100%

iperf3 transmit AXE11000




896 (min: 774) MBit/s ∼100%

iperf3 transmit AXE11000 6GHz




1797 (min: 920) MBit/s ∼100%

iperf3 receive AXE11000 6GHz




1598 (min: 1441) MBit/s ∼100%

iperf3 transmit AX12




722 (min: 678) MBit/s ∼41%

iperf3 receive AX12




780 (min: 699) MBit/s ∼62%

iperf3 receive AXE11000




719 (min: 644) MBit/s ∼87%

iperf3 transmit AXE11000




851 (min: 475) MBit/s ∼95%

iperf3 transmit AX12




1750 (min: 878) MBit/s ∼100%

iperf3 receive AX12




1250 (min: 1126) MBit/s ∼100%

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Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022 Apple M2, Apple M2 10-Core GPU; iperf3 transmit AXE11000 6GHz; iperf 3.1.3: Ø747 (145-917)

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, Qualcomm Adreno 730; iperf3 transmit AXE11000 6GHz; iperf 3.1.3: Ø1767 (920-1830)

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022 Apple M2, Apple M2 10-Core GPU; iperf3 receive AXE11000 6GHz; iperf 3.1.3: Ø694 (225-834)

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, Qualcomm Adreno 730; iperf3 receive AXE11000 6GHz; iperf 3.1.3: Ø1598 (1441-1641)

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022 Apple M2, Apple M2 10-Core GPU; iperf3 receive AXE11000; iperf 3.1.3: Ø442 (222-528)

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, Qualcomm Adreno 730; iperf3 receive AXE11000; iperf 3.1.3: Ø830 (779-861)

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022 Apple M2, Apple M2 10-Core GPU; iperf3 transmit AXE11000; iperf 3.1.3: Ø486 (175-591)

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, Qualcomm Adreno 730; iperf3 transmit AXE11000; iperf 3.1.3: Ø896 (774-935)

The WLAN model does not use GNSS for positioning. Instead, the Apple tablet uses Wi-Fi, the digital compass, and iBeacon micro-location to determine its own location. However, this is insufficient for navigation tasks or route guidance.

Selfie with the iPad Pro 12.9 (2022)

The front camera of the Apple iPad Pro 12.9 features an ultra-wide angle (122°) with 12 MPix, supports Smart HDR 4 and can record videos in Full HD at up to 60 frames per second. We like the recordings and they are well suited for video conferencing.

On the back is a dual camera which consists of a 12 MPix wide-angle and a 10 MPix ultra-wide-angle sensor. The white balance is quite warm, and photos are very coherent and balanced at close range. Details are retained very well without being overdone via post-sharpening. In panoramic shots or with distant objects, however, the dynamics drop sharply and noise becomes visible in dark image areas. The ultra-wide-angle becomes a little blurry towards the edges and the depth of field is rather weak. Since the tablet is not a typical companion for photography, the given performance is more than sufficient and is again supplemented by a LiDAR scanner.

Videos are recorded in Ultra HD at up to 60 FPS at best, which can even be done in Apple’s ProRes (up to 4k, 30 FPS). Those who want to use video material with the Intaframe format should keep in mind that this feature only works to a limited extent at 1,080p (30 FPS) in the 128 GB model. 

Image Comparison

Choose a scene and navigate within the first image. One click changes the position on touchscreens. One click on the zoomed-in image opens the original in a new window. The first image shows the scaled photograph of the test device.

Main cameraMain cameraUltra wide angle5x zoomLow light

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Under controlled lighting conditions, the main camera of the iPad Pro 12.9 is characterized by comparatively natural color reproduction, which shows no major outliers. The white balance is quite warm, just like in everyday life. Black is strongly brightened and looks more like gray.

The test chart has been strongly sharpened in the middle, showing a lot of detail, but becomes blurrier towards the edges.

2.2 ∆E

3.7 ∆E

2.5 ∆E

5.7 ∆E

4.7 ∆E

2.1 ∆E

4.7 ∆E

5.6 ∆E

5.2 ∆E

6.5 ∆E

4.4 ∆E

3.5 ∆E

6.9 ∆E

4.8 ∆E

4.6 ∆E

3.1 ∆E

4.5 ∆E

7.1 ∆E

8.6 ∆E

5.3 ∆E

3.9 ∆E

4.6 ∆E

7.3 ∆E

9.8 ∆E

ColorChecker Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022: 5.06 ∆E min: 2.11 – max: 9.82 ∆E

29.6 ∆E

55.1 ∆E

39.8 ∆E

34.8 ∆E

45.6 ∆E

62 ∆E

53.5 ∆E

36.1 ∆E

44.2 ∆E

29 ∆E

64.7 ∆E

64.1 ∆E

31.5 ∆E

47.1 ∆E

37.8 ∆E

76 ∆E

44.6 ∆E

42 ∆E

93.7 ∆E

71 ∆E

52.5 ∆E

36.9 ∆E

23.8 ∆E

13.9 ∆E

ColorChecker Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022: 47.05 ∆E min: 13.91 – max: 93.69 ∆E

The scope of delivery remains unchanged and includes a modular 20-watt power adapter (USB-C) and a fabric-covered USB-C cable. The 2nd generation Pencil stylus is optionally available for US$129.99, and a Magic Keyboard costs US$349.99. Apple also offers protective cases, stronger power adapters and much more.

Apple grants a 12-month warranty for the iPad Pro, which does not affect the retailer’s warranty (which itself is country/location dependent – be sure to check with your supplier before purchasing). 

A Care+ insurance package is also available. This costs either a one-time fee of US$149.00 (for two years) or US7.99 per month and includes an unlimited number of repairs in case of accidental damage. Each accident is subject to a service fee of US$49 for the iPad and US$29 for the Apple Pencil or Apple-branded iPad keyboard, plus applicable tax.

The huge capacitive touchscreen of the iPad Pro 12.9 (2022) has very good gliding properties and implements inputs quickly and precisely in all areas. The panel also supports pen input, which requires a 2nd generation Apple Pencil that is simply paired with the tablet and charged by clipping onto the magnetic connector. Although this is nothing new so far, the panel now recognizes the Pencil even when it is hovering above the display.

A big difference to the smaller iPad Pro 11 concerns the preinstalled keyboard layout. This has more keys, which makes for more comfortable typing on the large iPad Pro, even without the optional keyboard.

A three-dimensional Face ID facial recognition is available for biometric security. This works well, but the necessary sensors are often covered when the Apple tablet is held in landscape mode. 

Subpixel grid

The display of the iPad Pro 12.9 has not changed fundamentally compared to last year’s model. Apple continues to deploy a high-resolution mini-LED panel that works with a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz and uses over 10,000 mini-LEDs for 2,596 local dimming zones.

The brightness distribution is very even and delivers an average value of 611 cd/m² (SDR) with the ambient light sensor activated. Those who prefer to regulate it manually have up to 588 cd/m² at their disposal. With an even distribution of bright and dark areas (APL18), this measures 625 cd/m². When displaying HDR content, up to 1,600 cd/m² is supposed to be possible, but we could not extract this number out of the panel. 

Under the oscilloscope, we observed a constant high-frequency flickering. Those who are very sensitive to pulse width modulation may tend to complain during longer periods of use. Otherwise it should not prove problematic, but it did make it difficult for us to measure the response times. These turned out to be quite high, and OLEDs still have a clear advantage in this area. On the other hand, as slow-motion observation through a microscope shows, no temporal dithering is present.

608

cd/m²
612

cd/m²
621

cd/m²
609

cd/m²
611

cd/m²
613

cd/m²
573

cd/m²
591

cd/m²
606

cd/m²

Distribution of brightness

Liquid Retina XDR Display

X-Rite i1Pro 3

Maximum: 621 cd/m² (Nits) Average: 604.9 cd/m² Minimum: 1.09 cd/m²

Brightness Distribution: 92 %

Center on Battery: 611 cd/m²

Contrast: ∞:1 (Black: 0 cd/m²)

ΔE Color 1.4 | 0.59-29.43 Ø5.2

ΔE Greyscale 2.3 | 0.57-98 Ø5.5

100% sRGB (Calman 2D)

Gamma: 2.22

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022

Mini-LED, 2732×2048, 12.90
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G

Super AMOLED, 2800×1752, 12.40
Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378

IPS mini-LED, 2732×2048, 12.90
Lenovo Tab P12 Pro

AMOLED, 2560×1600, 12.60
Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 2021

OLED, 2560×1600, 12.60
Brightness middle

611

459

-25%

620

1%

552

-10%

383

-37%

Brightness

605

462

-24%

612

1%

555

-8%

390

-36%

Brightness Distribution

92

97

5%

96

4%

97

5%

94

2%

Black Level *
Colorchecker dE 2000 *

1.4

2.2

-57%

1.8

-29%

3.43

-145%

2.1

-50%

Colorchecker dE 2000 max. *

3.3

4.9

-48%

4.9

-48%

7.25

-120%

3.7

-12%

Greyscale dE 2000 *

2.3

3.6

-57%

3.1

-35%

2

13%

2.1

9%

Gamma

2.22 99%

2.09 105%

2214 0%

2.253 98%

2.14 103%

CCT

6930 94%

6558 99%

6892 94%

6417 101%

6258 104%

* … smaller is better

Screen Flickering / PWM (Pulse-Width Modulation)

To dim the screen, some notebooks will simply cycle the backlight on and off in rapid succession – a method called Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) . This cycling frequency should ideally be undetectable to the human eye. If said frequency is too low, users with sensitive eyes may experience strain or headaches or even notice the flickering altogether.

Screen flickering / PWM detected 6401 Hz ≤ 100 % brightness setting

The display backlight flickers at 6401 Hz (Likely utilizing PWM) Flickering detected at a brightness setting of 100 % and below. There should be no flickering or PWM above this brightness setting.

The frequency of 6401 Hz is quite high, so most users sensitive to PWM should not notice any flickering.

In comparison: 53 % of all tested devices do not use PWM to dim the display. If PWM was detected, an average of 19601 (minimum: 5 – maximum: 3846000) Hz was measured.

Series of measurements at a fixed zoom level and different brightness settings

Color representation is even more accurate in our tablet than in the predecessor. Colors do not show any deviations that can be seen with the naked eye, and the white balance is just a touch too cool with the True Tone function deactivated. With True Tone, the display is much warmer, but unfortunately not more accurate.

Display Response Times

Display response times show how fast the screen is able to change from one color to the next. Slow response times can lead to afterimages and can cause moving objects to appear blurry (ghosting). Gamers of fast-paced 3D titles should pay special attention to fast response times.

The Apple iPad Pro 12.9 makes a good impression outdoors and is usually easy to read. However, it may be a different story on sunny summer days because, while the brightness is good, it does not provide enough reserves. The anti-reflective coating keeps reflections visibly within limits. 

The viewing angle stability of the mini-LED display in the iPad Pro 12.9 is excellent. Even at very flat viewing angles, there is hardly any loss of brightness and colors do not show any inversions. We did not observe any halos in our review sample either. 

Viewing angle stability of the Apple iPad Pro 12.9 (2022)

The Apple iPad Pro 12.9 (2022) is powered by the Apple M2 SoC and has 8 GB of RAM. Those who opt for the 1 or 2 TB variant even get 16 GB of RAM. This means that the Apple tablet nominally has the same computing power as the MacBook Air or MacBook Pro.

This is confirmed in terms of pure CPU performance in the benchmarks because the iPad Pro 12.9 achieves the same results as the two laptops in Geekbench. Compared to the predecessor with the M1, this means a performance increase of eleven percent (single-core) and 16 percent (multi-core).

Compared to the Android competition, the iPad Pro is in a different league in all areas. In regard to storage speed, write rates have greatly improved.

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022


41712 Points ∼100%

Average Apple M2





41712 Points ∼100% 0%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378


36884 Points ∼88% -12%

Average of class Tablet (4220 – 41712, n=5, last 2 years)





23627 Points ∼57% -43%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022


16881 Points ∼100%

Average Apple M2





16881 Points ∼100% 0%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378


15535 Points ∼92% -8%

Average of class Tablet (4618 – 16881, n=5, last 2 years)





11178 Points ∼66% -34%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022


58833 Points ∼100%

Average Apple M2





58833 Points ∼100% 0%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378


52461 Points ∼89% -11%

Average of class Tablet (15506 – 58833, n=5, last 2 years)





38400 Points ∼65% -35%

Average of class Tablet (11753 – 73460, n=5, last 2 years)





38539 Points ∼28% +23%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022


31327 Points ∼22%

Average Apple M2





31327 Points ∼22% 0%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378


23674 Points ∼17% -24%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022


41679 Points ∼100%

Average Apple M2





41679 Points ∼100% 0%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378


37702 Points ∼90% -10%

Average of class Tablet (22675 – 41679, n=5, last 2 years)





33106 Points ∼79% -21%

Average of class Tablet (19075 – 66260, n=5, last 2 years)





30626 Points ∼46% +34%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022


22812 Points ∼34%

Average Apple M2





22812 Points ∼34% 0%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378


22578 Points ∼34% -1%

Average Apple M2 (914 – 921, n=2)





918 MB/s ∼100% 0%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022


914 MB/s ∼99%

Average of class Tablet (181 – 921, n=6, last 2 years)





529 MB/s ∼57% -42%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378


394 MB/s ∼43% -57%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022


905 MB/s ∼100%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378


901 MB/s ∼100% 0%

Average Apple M2 (856 – 905, n=2)





881 MB/s ∼97% -3%

Average of class Tablet (269 – 905, n=6, last 2 years)





638 MB/s ∼70% -30%

The Apple M2 GPU ensures strong performance and is up 38 percent over its predecessor in 3DMark and up to 55 percent in GFXBench. This is mainly due to the two additional cores.

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022

M2 10-Core GPU, M2, 128 GB NVMe


6909 Points ∼100%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378

M1 8-Core GPU, M1, 128 GB NVMe


4975 Points ∼72% -28%

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G

Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


2493 Points ∼36% -64%

Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 2021

Mali-G78 MP22, Kirin 9000E, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


1805 Points ∼26% -74%

Lenovo Tab P12 Pro

Adreno 650, SD 870, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


1225 Points ∼18% -82%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022

M2 10-Core GPU, M2, 128 GB NVMe


6919 Points ∼100%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378

M1 8-Core GPU, M1, 128 GB NVMe


5035 Points ∼73% -27%

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G

Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


2473 Points ∼36% -64%

Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 2021

Mali-G78 MP22, Kirin 9000E, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


1863 Points ∼27% -73%

Lenovo Tab P12 Pro

Adreno 650, SD 870, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


1232 Points ∼18% -82%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022

M2 10-Core GPU, M2, 128 GB NVMe


25317 Points ∼100%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378

M1 8-Core GPU, M1, 128 GB NVMe


18303 Points ∼72% -28%

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G

Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


8798 Points ∼35% -65%

Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 2021

Mali-G78 MP22, Kirin 9000E, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


6399 Points ∼25% -75%

Lenovo Tab P12 Pro

Adreno 650, SD 870, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


4199 Points ∼17% -83%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378

M1 8-Core GPU, M1, 128 GB NVMe


120 fps ∼100% 0%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022

M2 10-Core GPU, M2, 128 GB NVMe


120 fps ∼100%

Lenovo Tab P12 Pro

Adreno 650, SD 870, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


119 fps ∼99% -1%

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G

Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


119 fps ∼99% -1%

Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 2021

Mali-G78 MP22, Kirin 9000E, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


61 fps ∼51% -49%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022

M2 10-Core GPU, M2, 128 GB NVMe


873 fps ∼100%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378

M1 8-Core GPU, M1, 128 GB NVMe


588 fps ∼67% -33%

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G

Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


334 fps ∼38% -62%

Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 2021

Mali-G78 MP22, Kirin 9000E, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


232 fps ∼27% -73%

Lenovo Tab P12 Pro

Adreno 650, SD 870, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


226 fps ∼26% -74%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022

M2 10-Core GPU, M2, 128 GB NVMe


120 fps ∼100%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378

M1 8-Core GPU, M1, 128 GB NVMe


115 fps ∼96% -4%

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G

Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


90 fps ∼75% -25%

Lenovo Tab P12 Pro

Adreno 650, SD 870, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


78 fps ∼65% -35%

Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 2021

Mali-G78 MP22, Kirin 9000E, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


61 fps ∼51% -49%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022

M2 10-Core GPU, M2, 128 GB NVMe


494 fps ∼100%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378

M1 8-Core GPU, M1, 128 GB NVMe


318 fps ∼64% -36%

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G

Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


163 fps ∼33% -67%

Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 2021

Mali-G78 MP22, Kirin 9000E, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


154 fps ∼31% -69%

Lenovo Tab P12 Pro

Adreno 650, SD 870, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


132 fps ∼27% -73%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022

M2 10-Core GPU, M2, 128 GB NVMe


115 fps ∼100%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378

M1 8-Core GPU, M1, 128 GB NVMe


74 fps ∼64% -36%

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G

Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


59 fps ∼51% -49%

Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 2021

Mali-G78 MP22, Kirin 9000E, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


58 fps ∼50% -50%

Lenovo Tab P12 Pro

Adreno 650, SD 870, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


49 fps ∼43% -57%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022

M2 10-Core GPU, M2, 128 GB NVMe


340 fps ∼100%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378

M1 8-Core GPU, M1, 128 GB NVMe


227 fps ∼67% -33%

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G

Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


121 fps ∼36% -64%

Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 2021

Mali-G78 MP22, Kirin 9000E, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


112 fps ∼33% -67%

Lenovo Tab P12 Pro

Adreno 650, SD 870, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


95 fps ∼28% -72%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022

M2 10-Core GPU, M2, 128 GB NVMe


89 fps ∼100%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378

M1 8-Core GPU, M1, 128 GB NVMe


55.3 fps ∼62% -38%

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G

Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


43 fps ∼48% -52%

Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 2021

Mali-G78 MP22, Kirin 9000E, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


41 fps ∼46% -54%

Lenovo Tab P12 Pro

Adreno 650, SD 870, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


30 fps ∼34% -66%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022

M2 10-Core GPU, M2, 128 GB NVMe


214 fps ∼100%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378

M1 8-Core GPU, M1, 128 GB NVMe


150 fps ∼70% -30%

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G

Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


72 fps ∼34% -66%

Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 2021

Mali-G78 MP22, Kirin 9000E, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


64 fps ∼30% -70%

Lenovo Tab P12 Pro

Adreno 650, SD 870, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


58 fps ∼27% -73%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022

M2 10-Core GPU, M2, 128 GB NVMe


70 fps ∼100%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378

M1 8-Core GPU, M1, 128 GB NVMe


43.7 fps ∼62% -38%

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G

Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


32 fps ∼46% -54%

Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 2021

Mali-G78 MP22, Kirin 9000E, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


30 fps ∼43% -57%

Lenovo Tab P12 Pro

Adreno 650, SD 870, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


20 fps ∼29% -71%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022

M2 10-Core GPU, M2, 128 GB NVMe


90 fps ∼100%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378

M1 8-Core GPU, M1, 128 GB NVMe


63 fps ∼70% -30%

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G

Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


37 fps ∼41% -59%

Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 2021

Mali-G78 MP22, Kirin 9000E, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


31 fps ∼34% -66%

Lenovo Tab P12 Pro

Adreno 650, SD 870, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


22 fps ∼24% -76%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022

M2 10-Core GPU, M2, 128 GB NVMe


89 fps ∼100%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378

M1 8-Core GPU, M1, 128 GB NVMe


67 fps ∼75% -25%

Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 2021

Mali-G78 MP22, Kirin 9000E, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


44 fps ∼49% -51%

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G

Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


44 fps ∼49% -51%

Lenovo Tab P12 Pro

Adreno 650, SD 870, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


32 fps ∼36% -64%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2022

M2 10-Core GPU, M2, 128 GB NVMe


241 fps ∼100%

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2021 A2378

M1 8-Core GPU, M1, 128 GB NVMe


177 fps ∼73% -27%

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G

Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


92 fps ∼38% -62%

Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 2021

Mali-G78 MP22, Kirin 9000E, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


76 fps ∼32% -68%

Lenovo Tab P12 Pro

Adreno 650, SD 870, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash


57 fps ∼24% -76%

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