A14X chip is expected to debut this month

A14X chip is expected to debut this month

Apple will hold a spring new product launch conference in mid-March, and the new generation of iPad Pro 5 will be officially unveiled, which will be equipped with Apple’s newly developed A14X Bionic processor. According to the latest overseas reports, the A14X Bionic chip will bring extremely powerful performance, and its final performance is expected to be the same as the Apple M1 chip on the new Mac.

A14X chip is expected to debut this month A14X chip is expected to debut this month

In addition to the A14X Bionic, which is comparable to the desktop version of the chip, the iPad Pro 5 has an important breakthrough, which will be equipped with a Mini LED display. This is the first time that Apple has introduced Mini LED technology into the iPad product line, which can bring better quality than previous generation displays, including darker blacks, brighter brightness, richer colors and higher contrast.

 

Although the performance and screen have been improved in all aspects, the previously exposed renderings show that the iPad Pro 5 has not changed much in appearance. According to the picture, the iPad Pro 5 still adopts a more square design as a whole, and continues the full-screen + Face ID solution on the front, but the screen frame seems to be well controlled. According to news, its frame will be reduced compared to the previous generation.

The back is still equipped with a rectangular camera module in the upper left corner, which contains a 12-megapixel main camera + 10-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 7-megapixel TrueDepth lidar scanner.

 

In addition, there is news that the iPad Pro 5 is expected to be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 baseband, while supporting 5G below 6GHz and mmWave network, and built-in memory of more than 8GB, up to 1TB storage space.