iPad Pro 10.5

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    I just bought an ipad Pro 10.5 and I've done a couple of benchmark and it seems like it scored lower than it supposed to be should I be worried? I have the 64 gb version does 256 version have better performance?

    I’m running on iOS 11.2.6


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    Tried to benchmark again after a restart
     

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    That does seem odd that it isn’t scoring like the baseline. The overall internal storage shouldn’t be the reason, since the benchmarks target the SOC. Maybe try some other benchmarks and see how they compare?
     
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    I’ve tried geek bench and it attained the same scores with other 10.5 inch maybe software ain’t accurately for iOS 11 for both Antutu and 3dmark. I was weirded out though.

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    Geekbench seems to be the bench of choice in iOS. You could also try some of the 3Dmark ones.
     
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    There's a 3D mark benchmark in my first post and just like Antutu it was inaccurate it seems.
     
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    Sorry, didn’t see that one. It is a bit strange, as my iPhone 6S manages to score in line with the baseline in 3Dmark.
     

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