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No no, thank YOU! Looks really great up there. smile.gif
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Any of you have the Ipad2.4? Apparently its the first apple chip at .32nm.
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iPad 2.4? Haven't heard of that before.
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iPad 2.4? Haven't heard of that before.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/5789/the-ipad-24-review-32nm-a5-tested
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Yeah, true that. The price is the major problem for me.

Btw guys, the OP looked a bit empty so I thought I'd do some quick (crappy) photoshopping and came up with this:



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What do you guys think? I did this with Adobe Photoshop Touch btw.
Nice... looks good!
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That's pretty cool. Certainly bodes well for the upcoming iPhone (which I assume will be getting a CPU upgrade) as well as next year's iPad. It's already pretty amazing that Apple was able to keep battery life on the iPad 3 pretty close to the iPad 2 while not making a significant sacrifice in terms of weight and thickness. With the move to 32nm, hopefully, this would mean the next iPad would retain the excellent battery life while still managing to shed some weight. rolleyes.gif
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That's pretty cool. Certainly bodes well for the upcoming iPhone (which I assume will be getting a CPU upgrade) as well as next year's iPad. It's already pretty amazing that Apple was able to keep battery life on the iPad 3 pretty close to the iPad 2 while not making a significant sacrifice in terms of weight and thickness. With the move to 32nm, hopefully, this would mean the next iPad would retain the excellent battery life while still managing to shed some weight. rolleyes.gif
It could be a lot better than that... the power draw on the iPad 3's display at 100% brightness is 7 watts vs the iPad 2's 2.7 watts, if they were able to use a display which requires a less powerful backlight (perhaps an IGZO display? I don't know if that would do it or not) we'd get a significant gain in battery life. On top of that, as you say, the move to 32nm will greatly aid the iPhone and iPad... there was a significant gain (+29%) in battery life when gaming on the iPad 2... so considering that the iPad 3 has four GPU's not two, it'd be even more. We should see PowerVR SGX600 series graphics in the next iPad, and a quad-core processor. (I expect the quad-core in the next iPhone too!)
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It could be a lot better than that... the power draw on the iPad 3's display at 100% brightness is 7 watts vs the iPad 2's 2.7 watts, if they were able to use a display which requires a less powerful backlight (perhaps an IGZO display? I don't know if that would do it or not) we'd get a significant gain in battery life. On top of that, as you say, the move to 32nm will greatly aid the iPhone and iPad... there was a significant gain (+29%) in battery life when gaming on the iPad 2... so considering that the iPad 3 has four GPU's not two, it'd be even more. We should see PowerVR SGX600 series graphics in the next iPad, and a quad-core processor. (I expect the quad-core in the next iPhone too!)

Actually, given Apple's history, I expect the new iPhone to get the A5X currently in the iPad. Truth be told though, they have bigger things to worry about with the new iPhone than what SoC to use. I think a bigger screen is in order (at least 4.3"). I mean, the 4S feels like a kids toy compared to my One X.
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Actually, given Apple's history, I expect the new iPhone to get the A5X currently in the iPad. Truth be told though, they have bigger things to worry about with the new iPhone than what SoC to use. I think a bigger screen is in order (at least 4.3"). I mean, the 4S feels like a kids toy compared to my One X.
Some months prior to the release of the iPad 3 several references were found in the latest iOS 5 Beta for the A5X and the A6 which has a quad-core CPU. If they've had an A6 available back in January/February when the iPad 3 started production, or even earlier, then it should most definitely be ready for the iPhone 5 in the next few months -- hopefully at 32nm too.

We definitely won't see the A5X in the iPhone 5 as it was just a stepping stone to compensate for the massive resolution on the iPad 3 -- it doesn't really bring anything worthwhile to the iPhone. The A5 in the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S is already more powerful than the iPad 3's A5X when factoring in the native resolution of the devices, so giving the iPhone 5 a quad-core GPU wouldn't really make any sense without a resolution increase -- if they did bump it up to 1440x960 (twice the pixels of 960x640) then we might see an SGX543MP3 or a lower clocked SGX543MP4, but in the A6 not the A5X.
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Actually, given Apple's history, I expect the new iPhone to get the A5X currently in the iPad. Truth be told though, they have bigger things to worry about with the new iPhone than what SoC to use. I think a bigger screen is in order (at least 4.3"). I mean, the 4S feels like a kids toy compared to my One X.

The A5X was a stopgap measure to handle the iPad 3's retina display (2048x1536). It's kinda useless on the iPhone which only has 960x640 resolution. Personally wouldn't like a 4" or bigger iPhone. I have a Galaxy S and it just feels too big for single-handed operation.
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