The new iPad Pro is out today, and ArsTechnica has a deep dive look at the iPad Pro A12X chip with the help of Apple’s Anand Shimpi and Phil Schiller. Shimpi founded the hardware review website AnandTech before being hired to work on chips at Apple in 2014. In the piece, Shimpi says that Apple is using its own customer-designed performance controller to use all eight cores of the A12X chip in the new iPad Pro.
The post Anand Shimpi and Phil Schiller deliver iPad Pro A12X deep dive in new interview appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Flickr clarifies recently announced changes, says images from institutional accounts won’t be deleted
iPad Pro Diary: I’m already in love with the new compact 12.9-inch iPad Pro
Apple has no plans to settle with Qualcomm, is gearing up for trial – Reuters
Hands-on: Twelve South PowerPic Wireless Charger – old school meets new school [Video]
As with the iPad Pro, Apple quotes from reviews of the MacBook Air and Mac mini
Xiaomi’s latest Apple clone is AirDots, an AirPods copy costing just $29
What can you connect to the new iPad Pro with USB-C?
OmniGraffle 3 updated with second-generation Apple Pencil features, more
AirPods were the best-selling product at Best Buy last month, followed by Lightning to 3.5mm adapter
First MacBook Air, Mac mini, and iPad Pro pre-orders arrive to customers
LG’s highly anticipated Thunderbolt 3-enabled 5K UltraWide display is now on sale
iPad Pro, Retina MacBook Air, and Mac mini video review roundup
Massive Procreate for iPad update available with QuickShape & Gallery Preview features, much more
9to5Mac Daily: November 6, 2018
Best cases and sleeves for the 2018 MacBook Air from $9