Apple’s 4th generation iPad boasts a faster processor, the new A6X chip, which makes it twice as fast as the 3rd generation iPad, based on benchmark tests, in terms of raw processing power and graphics. That sounds good, but what does it mean in practice? Well, there’s a noticeable boost in responsiveness throughout iOS, but we’ve got a hands-on video with three scenarios where you can see the differences. As you can see in the video, gamers will likely be most delighted, as it loads memory-heavy titles like Galaxy On Fire 2 HD much quicker than its predecessor.
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