News by admin on Monday January 26, 2015.
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When Apple launched the original iPad back in April 2010, it was the peak of tablet technology at the time, a true alternative mobile computing solution. It was very well made and was the best that technology had at the time. However, even less than five years later the iPad's computing technology is now possible in a wearable.Cupertino's first wearable, the Apple Watch, and it will be more powerful that the old iPad. The new processor for the Apple Watch is called the Apple S1, a new chipset that includes the chipset, RAM, NAND flash, and other components. A report in 9to5Mac says this processor package is "surprisingly close in performance to the version of Apple's A5 processor found inside the current-generation iPod touch." That A5 processor was actually found in the iPad 2, so if the performance of the Apple Watch matches that, it will be more powerful than the original iPad.