“The original iPad, launched back in early April 2010, packed an Apple A4 chip,” Chris Smith reports for BGR. “The device was a powerful computing tool at the time and it set the bar for tablets.”
Apple’s Watch’s “processor is called Apple S1, a ‘system-in-package’ (SiP) that contains a chip, RAM memory, NAND flash, and other components,” Smith reports. “The S1 is “surprisingly close in performance to the version of Apple’s A5 processor found inside the current-generation iPod touch,” according to 9to5Mac.”
Smith reports, “Apple was highly secretive about the S1 SiP, choosing not to reveal any details about this special component of the Apple Watch during the device’s launch, or at any time thereafter.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Arline M.” for the heads up.]