Apple unveiled their new iPad Pro tablets yesterday, there are two models in the range, one with an 11 inch display and the other with a 12.9 inch display.
Both of these new iPads are powered by the Apple A12X Bionic processor and they come with a choice of storage options.
The storage options for these new iPads include 64GB, 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and of course the top model comes with 1TB of storage.
It has now been revealed by developer Steve Troughton Smith that the top model of each iPad with 1TB of storage comes with 6GB of RAM, the other models which include 64GB, 128GB, 256GB and 512GB each come with 4GB of RAM.
The new iPad Pros both have 6GB of RAM, according to Xcode (technically the kCoreThemeMemoryClass enum doesn’t map 1:1 but CoreUI only knows about 6GB devices so the iPad must be 6GB if not any prior value) pic.twitter.com/Oas1nOM5BM
— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) October 30, 2018
Apple’s new iPad Pro tablets are the companies most expensive yet, the 11 inch model starts at $799 for the WiFi model and $949 for the cellular model. If you want the 1TB of storage and 6GB of RAM option this is going to cost a massive $1,549 for the WiFi version and $1,699 for the cellular model.
The 12.9 inch iPad Pro starts at $999, the top model costs $1,749 for the WiFi version and $1,899 for the cellular version.
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