The 2021 iPad Pro will arrive with the A14X Bionic processor

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Recent reports revealed that Apple will supply the next version of the iPad Pro with the A14X Bionic chip, according to a report issued by PhoneArena, as the current iPad Pro works on the A12Z Bionic processor, which Apple claimed is one of the fastest processors.

The report adds weight to the record results that were leaked last year, which said that the 5-nanometer chip will replace the A12Z Bionic chip, and the tech giant is expected to unveil the iPad Pro for 2021 next month.

The A12Z Bionic chip from Apple is a 64-bit chip based on ARM architecture and contains a total of 8 GPU cores, of which 4 are spiral cores, designed for performance, and 4 are Tempest cores to save energy, and the A12 Bionic chip comes with a maximum speed of 2.49 GHz, and it also includes The chip also has an M12 coprocessor, which is said to reduce the workload on the CPU, while the function of the M12 secondary processor is to fetch and process sensor data.

The latest iPad from Apple – the iPad Pro – is the most powerful yet and comes with many features for the first time, as it is the first iPad device with a dual camera, control panel, Magic keyboard and LiDAR scanner, and iPad Pro has been launched in two screen sizes – 11 inches and 12 .9 inch – and three storage options – 128GB, 512GB and 1TB.

The iPad Pro’s Retina screen also features ProMotion technology, which automatically adjusts the screen refresh rate to 120Hz, iPad Pro also features a 12-megapixel wide camera and a 10-megapixel ultra-wide camera, and the front camera on iPad Pro has a 7-megapixel sensor.

The LiDAR scanner is one of the most prominent features of the iPad Pro, which measures the distance between surrounding objects up to 5 meters, and Apple claims that the battery life of the iPad Pro is up to 10 hours.


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