The iPad 2020 would have a continuous design but would make the leap to an A12 Bionic processor

The eighth-generation iPad could be presented this fall, opting for a design practically traced to the current model, but with improvements both in internal storage memory and in the jump to the A12 Bionic processor.

One of the future projects that Apple could end up presenting in the coming weeks is the eighth generation iPad, which according to rumors could bet on a continuous design to stay in price, but with a considerable technical push to opt for a more modern processor.

The launch of the long-awaited iPhone SE 2020 has worked very well commercially, and Apple could now launch a low-cost iPad to appeal to a large group of users, in the form of the Eighth generation iPad.

According to a recent filtration On twitter, Apple would have opted for an A12 Bionic processor for the eighth-generation iPad 2020, thus making a leap from the A10 Fusion of the seventh generation iPad that we saw last year. While the A10 Fusion was originally released in 2016 when the iPhone 7 hit the market, the newer A12 Bionic originally brought the highly successful iPhone XS to life.

The fact that Apple bets on the same design, would ensure that it would again have a 10.2-inch LCD screen that is already present in the current iPad, along with a Touch ID start button on the bottom.

Where there would be an interesting increase would be in the storage capacity that would always be greater than 32 GB, although by contrast RAM could be maintained in the current 3GB LPDD4X.

Apple is expected to hold two events before the end of the year, one on September 8 where they would unveil the new family of the iPhone 12 and also the Apple Watch Series 6; and another subsequent event on October 27 where the protagonists would be the new MacBook that would release its processor.

[Vía: wccftech]

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