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dubuilding68

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Nov 22, 2019
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From the French site I IGeneration I saw this morning. Not much of a difference...

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AutomaticApple

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Nov 28, 2018
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From the French site I IGeneration I saw this morning. Not much of a difference...

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I’m not surprised at all.
 

phrehdd

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Oct 25, 2008
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A12Z is good, 6 gig RAM across the board is good and AX is 'meh.' What would have been a major plus would have been a 2nd USB C port added as well as the upcoming change to the screen itself. I'll call this a nice interim refresh but that is about it. The accessories and OS are the stars with this roll out.
 

pwjone1

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Aug 1, 2019
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Notebook Check showed an A14 "leaked" benchmark:

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Alleg...hone-SoCs-and-even-the-iPad-Pro.457588.0.html

It is a bit dubious at this point, I guess we will know in the fall, but Apple presumably has new silicon into test for now.

It was a bit disappointing to see the iPad Pro 2020 models as having only 12Z, instead of an 13X, so the iPhones are faster than the iPads. Certainly very little reason to upgrade from a 2018 iPad Pro to a 2020. Makes you wonder a bit what Apple is up to, processor and iPad wise. I suppose they may be having problems with the development pipeline, rumors of new chips for iPhone and potentially Mac, may be stretched a bit thin to cover the iPad. I suppose a fair amount of iPad owners will just sit out an upgrade, waiting for a later A13X or A14 or whatever.
 
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