Recently, we have learned a lot about the future of iPad Pro. It turns out that the model, which will debut next year will be given not only new features, but also powerful components.

We already know what the next iPad Pro looks like and what features it will boast. First and foremost, there is a narrow upper and lower bezel and the absence of a Touch ID button that will be replaced by a Face ID. Still, these are just rumors that should be treated in terms of trivia. According to the latest reports from the Chinese site MyDrivers, iPad Pro in 2018 will acquire an eight-core Bionic A11X processor. It will be manufactured by the Taiwanese company TSMC in a 7 nanometer process. The site cites sources in the Apple vendor chain. The A11X has three powerful cores (Monsoon) and five energy efficient (Mistral). The new processor will probably get a M11 coprocessor and a neural motor to run processes, artificial intelligence tasks, and Face ID. It should be noted that the Bionic A11 processor, which is located in the iPhone X was made in a 10 nanometer process. Its improved version, with more cores and a 7-nanometer process, will deliver far better performance than just a smartphone, but with older iPads. Source: MyDrivers