A5X

A5X

An ARM-based system-on-chip (SoC) used in Apple's 3rd-generation iPad. See Apple A series.
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Apple had launched the upgraded versions of A5 and A6 series as A5X and A6X.
The A5X chip and its quad-core graphics makes the device more responsive and with little impact on battery life, which Apple say will give you 10 hours of use.
7-inch Retina display and A6X chip that delivers double the graphics performance of the A5X chip at very competitive prices.
The stunt was catnip for a technology press eager for an angle on the latest launch and for gadget geeks hot to glimpse live nude photos of the iPad's massive battery and dual-core A5X processor.
The new iPad uses the Apple A6X chip, a new chip that further improves upon the speed performance of the A6; the company claims that it's twice as fast as the A5X, with double the graphics performance.
performance and up to twice the graphics performance of the A5X chip, all while
Kinsus is already contracted to supply flip-chip chip-scale packaging (FC CSP) for approximately 50% of Apple A5X chips.
Although the designing remains the same Apple has upped the processor in The New iPad giving it an A5X processor over the A5 processor in the iPad 2.
The processor in the Tab 2 is clocked at 1GHz and is dual-core, and the new iPad runs the 1GHz latest version of the A5 chip - the A5X.
Dual-core Apple A5X chip with quad-core GPU, 5 MP camera
1 million pixels on retina display; A5X chip with quad core graphics; 5MP iSight camera etc.
Other features include a processor which has been upgraded from A5 to the A5X and a camera which now boasts the improved five megapixel/1080p video iSight.