...Of #X chips? Is Apple going to have the same chip in it's iPhone/iPad Air/iPad Mini from now on? No more A5X, A6X, etc? Will this mean that the iPads will be comparatively underpowered? Is this due to the fact that iPhones have the largest margin and sell the most units of an Apple device? I wonder if the iPads will even get more ram to compensate. I understand that the iPad Air and Mini need the same hardware, due to pushing the same number of pixels, but the iPhone only needs to deal with 23.1% as many. Also, what about the iPod touch and iPhone 5c? My guess is that they get updated every second year, and each time they do, they get last years tech, however with the 5c starting out ahead. That means this year: 5c - one year old (A6) iPod touch 5 - two years old (A5) Next year: 5c two years old (A6) iPod touch 6: one year old (A7) or if Apple is extra nasty, A6 (two years old) Thoughts?