The results of this benchmark give the new iPad a score of 756, which is a little over the 720 that the iPad 2 scores, and quite a bit faster than the 620 or so scored by the iPhone 4S.
Also confirmed is a 1GHz processor (same clock speed as the iPad 2), and a RAM upgrade to 1GB (up from 512MB that was present in the iPad 2).
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