Apple Introduces Redesigned 10.9-Inch iPad Air With A14 Chip, All-Screen Design, Touch ID in Power Button, and USB-C

Apple today introduced a redesigned iPad Air with slimmer bezels, paving the way for an all-screen design similar to recent iPad Pro models. In addition, the new iPad Air is the first Apple device with Touch ID built into the power button.


The new iPad Air is powered by the new 5nm-based, six-core A14 Bionic chip for up to 40 percent faster performance and up to 30 percent faster graphics

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New iPad Air brings updated design, A14 Bionic processor, and more

Apple is announcing a host of new products at its Time Flies event. It just announced the Apple Watch Series 6, and Watch SE. Now, moving to iPads, the company is updating its vanilla and Air lineup of the tablets. The new iPad Air has evolved to look like the iPad Pro 2018. It comes with thinner bezels, with “precisely machined” top button. The new iPad Air is being made

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TSMC reveals potential performance, power improvements in ‘A14’ chipset

Apple supplier TSMC has detailed some of the performance or power improvements from its new 5nm chip manufacturing process, expected to be used in the “iPhone 12.”

The A14 chipset is rumored to be the first major Apple Silicon to be based on TSMC’s 5nm process node, which will bring either performance or power efficiency improvements to Apple’s flagship iPhones.

At its annual Technology Symposium, TSMC has itself given numbers

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