When Apple launched the iPad back in the 2010, it surprised the tech world by announcing that it was powered by their own A4 System-on-chip (SoC). Since then it has used its own chips for iOS devices like the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad mini.
Even though iPhone 5 and the 4th generation are powered by dual-core A6 and A6X chip respectively, they’ve managed to outperform quad-core processors that are powering smartphones and tablets from its rivals.
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