Apple's iPad Pro, which was long rumored in 2018 was supposed to include an A11X processor, but iPhone X thought it was a repetitive improvement of the A11 Bionic last year, Maybe.
The new 9to5Mac report from A pegs the impending iPad Pro to the iPad Pro with a new A12X processor based on the latest A12 Bionic chips from the iPhone XS .
A source familiar with product development, detailing processors that are faster than we expected. In particular, this version of Apple Mobile chips will include a more powerful graphics processor, codenamed Vortex.
Of course, the processor will be built this year based on Apple and ARM's 7-nanometer manufacturing process.
This shows that the iPad Pro line skips over generations of processors using the latest iPad Pro 10.5 using the A10X Fusion chip. Obviously this is the only Apple device equipped with the A11 Bionic processor iPhone 8 .
The rest of the 9.55Mac report is repeating the rumor we had heard before. (USB-C) support and a new Apple Pencil.
In terms of performance, Apple's next iPad Pro is expected to outperform that generation of processors in order to keep the original iPhone processor on hold while keeping the iPad processor's general cadence. It's time to get excited about Apple's most powerful mobile device.