Apple on Wednesday unveiled the fourth-generation iPad Pro, which features the A12Z Bionic Chip, a new camera setup, and more. Although Apple hasn’t announced the specifics of the A12Z Bionic chip, the release yesterday of the iOS 13.4 Golden Master has shed some light on the new chip.
Based on the latest build of iOS 13.4, 9to5Mac has been able to confirm that all fourth-generation iPad Pro models are equipped with 6GB of RAM. In previous-generation models, only iPad Pro 1TB storage models of the iPad Pro sported 6GB of RAM, while all other versions only had 4GB of RAM. The new iPad Pro is available with 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB internal storage options.
Apple hasn’t been forthcoming with much information about the A12Z chip. However, we do know the new chip boasts an 8-core GPU, compared to the A12X GPU’s 7 cores. Benchmark testing by new owners should soon begin filling in the blanks as to the new chip’s capabilities.
Code in iOS 13.4 also indicates that the fourth-generation iPad Pro features the ultra-wideband U1 chip, which first appeared in the iPhone 11.