A new version of Apple TV is rumoured to be announced this evening, alongside a new iPad.
Apple's next tablet and Apple TV set-top box will share the same, souped up dual-core chip, a new report says.
A picture reportedly showing the next iPad's logic board has surfaced online, showing off an 'A5X' chip.
While the new iPad's A5X processor, with its quad-core GPU, is great at pushing millions of polygons around in games, does it offer any general speed increases over the iPad 2?
While the new iPad's A5X processor, with its quad-core GPU, is great for pushing millions of polygons around in games, does the new processor offer any general speed increases over the iPad 2?
The new iPad's A5X processor outperforms the Nvidia Tegra 3 when it comes to graphical power -- or at least that's what a new test shows.
The testing and diagnostic division of CNET Reviews has been evaluating the new iPad for any unusual internal heating caused by its A5X processor. The first round of results is in.
Apple's Tim Cook and Philip Schiller unveil the company's newest iPad. The device, powered by an A5X chip, offers a higher-resolution Retina Display, longer battery life, plus 4G LTE. The pricing starts at $499 for a 16GB Wi-Fi model, with 4G starting at $629.
Apple claims its A5X processor is four times as fast as Nvidia's Tegra 3, but the chipmaker wants to see the evidence.
At a San Francisco event this morning, Apple unveils its new iPad, powered by an A5X chip and offering a higher-resolution Retina Display similar to that of the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. Plus: 4G LTE on the iPad and new Apple TV.