Apple’s M Series processors are already in the iPad Pro and iPad Air, and that strategy doesn’t seem to be changing anytime soon.
Revegnus fact people give the latest news, the Air will continue to upgrade, 6 with desktop level M2 processor.
At present, the M1 on iPad Air 5 uses the combination of 8-core CPU and 8-core GPU, which is exactly the same as the iPad Pro, that is, there is no version with 7-core GPU.
In addition to the second-generation 5nm process, the M2 also has up to a 10-core GPU. For power consumption, some GPU reduction measures such as 8-core CPU+ 8-core GPU will not be ruled out for iPad Air 5.
According to Apple, the M2 has 18% faster cpus, 35% faster Gpus, 40% faster neural network units, and 25% more transistors than the M1.
In the day’s other news, the iPad Air 6 still lacks a mini LED display due to its cost.
It’s been a year since the iPad Air 5 was announced, but it’s possible that the iPad Air 6 will be unveiled at WWDC mid-year or at the fall event.