Apple is preparing a new event that will present, among other products, the new iPad Pro. And at a time when rumors about the new tablets are thickening, the 9to5Mac gives details about its processor.
A reference to the “13G” processor was discovered in the iOS 14.5 code. Now, according to the source, this is the much talked about Apple Bionic A14X. The same source says that the processor features connections from the M1, which we saw debut on the MacBook Air and Pro launched at the end of the year.
A14X processor promises performance similar to that of the MacBook M1
It is recalled that in the last few days it has been said that this A14X will offer performance similar to the M1. If confirmed, it will be a product that will surprise many people with its performance.
This A14X must therefore be the processor that will equip the 11 ”and 12.9” inch iPad Pro, which will already have a scheduled date to be presented. According to what has been advanced by Jon Prosser in recent weeks, the event will take place during the month of April.
It should be remembered that, in addition to the processor, the great highlight of the new iPad Pro must lie in the fact that they come with a mini-LED screen (probably only in the 12.9 ”model). In addition, support for Thunderbolt and better cameras is expected.
These are promising characteristics for products that, increasingly, want to be considered as alternatives for users looking for great performance in that category of devices.
It should be remembered that other products are also expected at this Apple event. A new iPad (base model), AirTags, a new Apple TV and AirPods 3 will be some of the news, according to rumors.
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