The latest news shows that, if nothing else, we will see the new iPad Pro before the end of this year. It will be equipped with the rumored A14X Bionic chip. This chip will also appear in the upcoming ARM version of the MacBook.
Today, well-known whistleblower Komiya tweeted that Apple had begun mass production of A14X Bionic chips half a month ago. However, this chip is very powerful, but considering that the heat dissipation performance of the thin device such as iPad Pro is definitely not enough for the A14X Bionic chip to release all the energy, the performance improvement may not be very obvious.
Earlier, Ming-Chi Kuo, another Apple product analyst, said that the upcoming iPad Pro will be equipped with a better mini-LED display. This revelation is consistent with the information mentioned by Komiya, but the new iPad Pro may not be officially available until the fourth quarter of 2020, so friends who are eager to buy may have to wait.
For the A14X Bionic chip, there are already running scores showing that its CPU performance has approached Intel 8-core Core i9-9880H processor, so its full performance should not be worried.