iPad 3 To Feature A5X Dual Core Processor?
Today the iPad 3 rumored that it’s powered with an A5X dual core ARM Processor. Yesterday, iPad 3 said to feature with an 8-Megapixel camera. Well rumors surface on the web about upcoming products that can be either iPad, Apple products or Android devices.
So, the Apple’s highly anticipated iPad 3 to come along with an 8MP camera and sporting an A5X processor. Earlier reports on iPad 3 logic board was revealed. We also heard that Apple apparently ready to released the third generation iPad with the above said features a couple of day ago.
No wait, check out the Screenshot of the Leaked Photo of iPad 3 Logic Board Shows ‘A5X’ Chip , below:
iPad 3 report of coming with the A5X Processor is to be the upgraded version of the existing A5 chip Apple tablet which can be found on iPhone 4S and the iPad 2. According to this rumored information comes with a photo, which was actually manufactured around November last year.
WeiPhone has leaked a photo of an iPad 3 logic board with an ‘A5X’ chip; rather than the expected A6 chip, reports MacRumors.
A date code of “1146″ on the A5X indicates that it was manufactured in the 46th week of 2011, which would have corresponded to November 14-20. An “A5X” as a step-wise upgrade to the A5 corresponds with progression of processor part numbers as revealed by BGR in February. At the time the A4 was known to be the S5L8930X, the A5 as the S5L8940X and the new iPad processor as S5L8945X.
The photo also shows two 16GB flash memory chips form Hynix and an Apple branded power management chip with a newer part number.
The above photo also shows a pair of 16GB flash chips on the logic board, plus a new power management chip with a different part number to that of the one found in the iPad 2. We are eager to know when Apple to announce the next iPad (iPad 3), which would be sometime in the March, next month, rumored date set for 7th March.
We will let you know more about the iPad 3, what it will be featuring, running iOS 6 firmware and about the A5X processor or A5 chips. Stay tuned to Grabi.