I am personally expecting to see a M1 speed-bump as it seems to be what they do with all their A-chips… but like you said, 2nd gen has to be better, right!?
Realistically I don’t expect the 2nd gen to be faster. I expect them to fix problems – if they had uncovered such with cooling, components sitting at each other interfering (like many iPad Pros: when Bluetooth is on, your WiFi will occasionally stutter _hard) or any build / motherboard problems in general.
But as I said, not in a rush anyway.
I think we need a 2nd Gen M-chip Predications & Expectations Thread Dimi
A few weeks ago my new iPad M1 arrived, but I watched a few videos on YouTube compares doing tasks in both MacBook and iPad, and it seems pretty clear the iPad is a good device, but Apple put a limitation on it.
It was possible to use your iPad with a few limitations, and you need to use a remote machine to do your hard work.
And I had a good experience with Apple Pencil 2 gen.
I decide to use my iPad as a complement to manage my study, take my notes, manage my agenda and many other things. It is a better fit to use the iPad with the pencil.
for us in Brazil it very close to 30k BRL
For I can tell and following a bunch of rumors, the 2nd xM’s version will put more cores because getting grow with memory ram is thought though, and we will continue seeing with maximum 16GB ram.
That’s be interesting Herminio - more cores sounds pretty cool to me!
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