Apple extended their iPad Pro lineup by launching iPad Pro 12.9-inch and iPad Pro 10.5-inch tablets, at this year’s WWDC event. However, it’s still a mystery when it comes to the size of RAM packed inside these tablets. Well, not anymore!
Both the iPads were taken for a Geekbench test, which revealed that they come packed with an amazing 4 gigs of RAM. Apart from that, they are powered by the latest A10X Fusion chip, which offers up to 30 percent better performance when compared to the last generation.
In case you didn’t know, the new chip has a six-core configuration, with three low and three high powered cores switching on and off in accordance with the current processing load. The Cupertino company is pretty confident that the devices can stand up to 10 hours on a single full charge, which is pretty amazing!
Also, the new iPads use the same rear camera as in the iPhone 7. It is a 12MP sensor, with f/1.8 aperture and OIS, 4K recording capabilities, while the front camera is taken care of by a 7MP sensor with f/2.2 aperture.
On the software front, they will run iOS 10 out of the box, but the iOS 11 update will be made available upon release. The pre-order for these devices is already live, with prices starting from $649 for the smaller 10.5-inch model and $799 for the bigger sibling.
You can check out the benchmark test result below.