Apple’s new A14X processor based on the M1 computer chip debuts in the new iPad Pro

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Apple is considered one of the most successful global companies at the moment. There are a lot of rumors about her upcoming products, including an iPad Pro update. Now they are also actively discussing the transition of Apple technology to mini-LED panels, which we mentioned earlier. But we’ve also heard rumors of a new tablet chipset that should be as powerful as a MacBook laptop and Mac mini PCs powered by the Apple M1 chip.

Rumors of a new processor have been confirmed as the popular site 9to5Mac reports a new chip A14X, which was discovered in the beta version of the iOS 14.5 operating system. In addition, during beta testing, the numbers of the upcoming four iPad models were revealed: J517, J518, J522 and J523.

According to rumors, the Pro version will add a Thunderbolt connector for quick connection to various devices, for example: TVs, monitors, hard drives and many others. We may also see the iPad Mini with an improved design soon.

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