Apple To Feature The iPad Air 2 With 2GB Of RAM

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A new report shows that Apple could double the RAM of the next iPad Air 2 to 2 GB. There have been a lot of rumors about the iPhone 6 and very few on focus on the iPad Air 2, one of the new devices that the Cupertino company will present this Fall. Although too many developments are expected in the line iPad this year, remember that generational change took place last year, it is expected that Apple will make a new tablet with better specifications, such as the integration of the Touch ID fingerprint sensor .

New information coming from the Asian TechNews site reveals an interesting detail about the upcoming iPad 2 Air, which there are no rumors no record so far. Apparently, Apple have decided to double the RAM of the next generation of its tablet from the current 1 GB to 2 GB of RAM. This increase in memory system performance benefit, especially for multitasking, which is rumored to be incorporating simultaneous with iOS.

Although so far all components leaks are focusing on the next-gen; iPhone 6, now small details are emerging about the iPad Air 2, in which Bloomberg unveiled a few weeks ago that the new line of iPad will have an anti-glare screen as one of the most significant feature of the new generation.

However, as reported from the Asian media, the iPad Mini 3 would not benefit from this increase in RAM of the device, so it would simply retain current 1 GB. If true, it would be a strange move by Apple, as the current generation of the iPad equaled both specifications, the only differences being is the screen sizes and A7 processor chip.

The iPad Mini 3 would not benefit from increased RAM and would stay in the current 1 GB. In fact, if we remember, this limitation may make much sense, as has been rumored that multitasking with split screen would only be available in the 9.7-inch iPad, leaving out the small family.  [via iPhoneinCanada]

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