The iPhone 5 and the iPad Air 2 are both powered by the Snapdragon S4 SoC.
Both of those devices are the first iPhones to ship with the latest version of the chip, which brings a few new features to the table.
The iPhone 5 features a new Adreno 305 GPU that’s been specifically designed for mobile gaming.
The Adreno 310 GPU is also built into the Adreno 320 chip, and while there’s no official word on the exact architecture, we’ve heard rumors of a high-performance GPU for the iPad 2.
Both chips are clocked at 1.8GHz, with a boost clock of 1.5GHz for gaming performance.
We’ve heard that a GPU for gaming in the new iPhone 5 should be in production soon, and the same GPU should also be available for gaming on the iPad 4.
We also know that the iPad mini 3 will be receiving an Adreno 300 GPU in early 2018.
A GPU for video playback is also expected in the iPhone 5, and it’s expected to be similar to the Adrenos 300 GPU found in the Adrenodexto graphics chip.
Finally, the iPad Mini 3 has been reported to feature a 64-bit CPU with four Cortex A15 cores and a pair of Mali-400 GPUs.
These GPU chips should be powering both of these new devices, and we’ve also heard that the GPU will be powering the iPad 3’s graphics capabilities.
The iPad Air is also a processor that should be running the new Adrenos 330 GPU, but there’s little to confirm.
It’s possible that a processor for video and gaming is in the works for the Air, but for now, the CPU and GPU remain unknown.
The next iPad update will be released later this year, and as the iPhone is expected to arrive in August, it’s possible we could see the iPad update before then.