Apple announced a 4th-generation iPad last week at the media event where it unveiled the iPad Mini.
Primate Labs has posted early benchmarks of the new iPad 4.
The results show that the new iPad, powered by a dual-core Apple A6 processor clocked at 1.4GHz, is much faster than the previous generation iPad and faster than the 1.3GHz of the iPhone 5.
The new iPad also comes with 1GB of RAM, which is the same as the iPad 3 and iPhone 4, but twice as much as the iPad 2.
Overall, the fourth-generation iPad received a Geekbench score of 1757, besting the iPhone 5, which scored 1571, and the third-generation iPad that got a 791 score.