The iPad 2 will feature an A5 processor, which will provide much higher performance than the processor in the original iPad. Apple claims that the A5 dual-core processor will double the speed of general processing and provide nine-times speedier graphics.
The average iPad 2 buyer will probably never mention the dual-core A5 processor since Apple stresses user experience over hardware specifications.
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