A6X

A6X

An ARM-based system-on-chip (SoC) used in Apple's 4th-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.
7-inch Retina display, the Apple-designed A6X chip, ultrafast Wi-Fi, a 5MP iSight camera which also captures 1080p HD video, a FaceTime HD camera, and support for LTE carriers worldwide,[sup.
7-inch Retina display, new Apple-designed A6X chip, FaceTime HD camera and ultrafast wireless performance.
The company scored a big win as it managed to replace Samsung to become Apple's production partner for A6X chips.
In all fairness, the only noticeable changes from the outgoing model are a Retina Display that makes everything look incredibly sharp, an updated A6X processor, the same 5MP camera on the rear with a 1.
7-inch Retina display and A6X chip that delivers double the graphics performance of the A5X chip at very competitive prices.
7-inch display as the previous version but with a faster A6X processor and better Wi-Fi.
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.
7-inch Retina display, new Apple-designed A6X chip, ultrafast wireless, and the new Lightning connector.
a new Apple-designed A6X chip that Apple claims delivers "up to twice the CPU
7-inch Retina display, Apple-designed A6X chip, FaceTime[R] HD camera, iOS 6.
The new A6X processor packs twice the processing power and computes twice as fast as the chip in the new iPad (or iPad 3), and really helps iPad with Retina display to delivery stunning performance for games and multitasking, allowing you to open many apps at once without experiencing slow down.