Apple's latest revision of the iPad is powered by a new and improved A6X processor. Describing the new chip as a "powerhouse," Phil Schiller revealed that the A6X offers double the performance of the A5X — used in the previous iPad with Retina display — in terms of both CPU processing and graphics. "The competition wasn't even close to us, and now we're just blowing past them some more," Schiller said. Indeed, the iPad received a notable boost in gaming prowess when the A5X debuted last year, and we're looking forward to seeing what sort of improvements the company's latest silicon can offer users of the newly-refreshed tablet.
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