Finally received my iPad Pro and love it, (just need a new ZAGG cover) but anyway, this thing is much more powerful than I thought, it destroys every other tablet on the market, and is even comparable to intel chip scores, (though not the same type of chips, it's still a very impressive feat by Apple.) http://i65.tinypic.com/wh1cvq.png iPad's A10X Fusion ARM processor will range between 2.31GHz and 2.39GHz, RAM is 4GB (just like First Generation iPP.) iPad Pro Generation 2 has 6 Cores, (3 High Performance cores and 3 lower power efficiency cores) also has a 12 Core GPU, USB 3 transfer speeds. And to top it all off... the weight is even lighter than first generation iPad Pros. Here are some comparisons: iPhone 7+... iPad Single Core score is 643 points above A10 Fusion. (iPad Pro Single Core= 3949... iPhone 7= 3306.) iPad Multi Core score is 3872 points above A10 Fusion. (iPad Pro Multi Core=9283... iPhone 7= 5411.) iPad Pro 12.9" First Generation... iPad Single Core is 936 points above A9X. (New iPad is=3949... First iPad Pro=3012.) iPad Multi Core is 4404 points above A9X. (New iPad is=9283... First iPad Pro=4879.) *Comparing to other brands and devices (yes they are different OS and processors, but this still gives a small idea of the A10X's power.) Samsung Tab S3... Single Core score for iPad is 2482 points above Samsung Tab S' Snapdragon 820. (iPad Pro Single Core= 3949... Samsung Tab S3= 1467.) (iPad Pro Multi Core= 9283... Samsung Tab S3= 3778.) Google Pixel C... Single Core= 1631 Multi Core= 3876 Surface Pro 4... Single Core (i5 6300U)= 3050 Multi Core (i5 6300U)= 6390 MacBook Pro late 2016 15"... Single Core (i7-6820HQ)= 4101 Multi Core (i7-6820HQ)= 13201 Samsung S8... Single Core= 2121 Multi Core= 7101 The new iPad's single core scores are close to the 2017 13' and 15" MacBook Pros single Core scores, but also on par with Surface Books as well. *Yes they are ARM chips and are not capable of the same performance, but the speed and power is still beyond impressive (especially considering they are mobile processors against 7th gen i7 dual and quad-core processors.) Bravo Apple, you deserve a thumbs up.