Recently AnTuTu shared the top fastest Android smartphones in March 2022, in which Xiaomi Mi 12 Pro remains in the first place and Motorola’s flagship smartphone Edge 30 Pro has made the second place but Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra got fifth place. (Check the full list here)
More notably, the new iPad Air is equipped with the M1 chip, and because of this, its performance score has increased significantly, getting a good ranking in the current iOS device performance list.
However, the ranking of the most powerful iOS (iPhone) and iPadOS (iPad) devices in March 2022 was published on Antutu. The podium is entirely dominated by iPads, with the fifth-generation iPad Pro equipped with the Apple M1 chip (both 12.9 “and 11.9”) occupying the first two places, with respective average scores of 1,211,932. and 1,187,507 . On the lowest rung, the iPad Air, with an average result of 1,071,532.
To follow, the iPad Pro 3 (849.297) and the iPhone 13 Pro Max (842.159) and 13 Pro (838.989). In seventh and eighth place, however, we find the fourth generation of iPad Pro, equipped with the Apple A12Z Bionic chip (respectively with average scores of 831.920 and 821.847).
To close the ranking, the iPad mini 6 (801.336) and the iPad Pro 3 11 “(801.202). Finally, the absence of the new iPhone SE is equipped with the Apple 15 Bionic processor with a production process of 5 nanometers.
That’s all for the iOS Performance list in March 2022.