If you have iPad 2, you may notice the big difference between its speedy A5 processor compared with its predecessor A4.iPad 2 processor provide nine times the gaming performance at A4 processor in iPad 1.
Rumors about powering the next generation of iPhone with A5 dual-core processor have now pretty much been confirmed, as Apple has selected developers working on versions of its iPhone applications that take full advantage of the next-generation iPhone’s speedier and much more powerful hardware.
Developers have been given iPhone 4 with A5 processor istead of an A4, the developers are calling it the iPhone 4S, being it’s identical to the iPhone 4.
To be clear: these prototype iPhone 4S devices are not necessarily the next-generation iPhone. These phones are simply prototype units for developers to get ready for the new phone, rumored to be launching in September. The next-generation iPhone may end up looking just like the iPhone 4 (iPhone 3G-iPhone 3GS sort of thing) but we cannot confirm this. If the next iPhone does end up looking like the iPhone 4, we would assume that Apple would pack in more than just an A5. Probably an 8 megapixel camera, a world phone Gobi chips, and a few other things to spice up the package.