Tag Archives: Quad-core

This Week on TiP (July 1-7) [VID]

This Week on TiP (July 1-7): The App Store has had a tough week with a Trojan Horse as well as corrupt updates, rumors claim the next iPhone will rock a quad-core A6 processor, the iPad Mini could launch as soon as this year, and more! – App Store corrupt updates: http://tinyurl.com/7etl5vm – App Store trojan horse: http://tinyurl.com/7e6lz2t -…

iPad 2′s A5 vs. New iPad’s A5X vs. Tegra 3 processors benchmarked

An interesting set of benchmark results were published yesterday afternoon. As you’ll recall, during the new iPad’s keynote event Phil Schiller attempted to pull us all in to the Jobsian reality distortion field by claiming that the new processor’s graphics unit could outperform the NVIDIA Tegra 3 by up to 4 times. If there’s one thing I know from being a…

Screenshots claim iPad 3 has A6 processor and global LTE support

Someone in possession of an iPad 3 prototype has sent some information to BGR about what we can expect from the next-gen tablet… well, allegedly. The photos in question aren’t actually pics of the device, but up-close picture of the screen displaying information about the device in a development and debug tool called iBoot. What information is in…

Rumor: quad-core A6 processor on its way?

It is pretty much expected that the next generation of iPad, as well as iPhone, will be faster than their current models. As time goes on, Apple develops new technology; back in 2010 it was the A4, 2011 the A5, so we can assume that this year we will see an A6 processor. Now just uncovered in some code buried in iOS 5.1 beta 2 is some text that suggests…

Apple’s A6 processors won’t be supplied by Samsung – rumor

As expected, Apple is attempting to sever all ties with Samsung. The two are locked in a fierce patent lawsuit which isn’t likely to be settled until next summer. With the battle going on in the courtrooms, the fight has spread in to the world of manufacturing and supply. Samsung has been a major parts supplier to Apple for some time, manufacturing…