Komiya tweeted that the iPad Pro Series may soon be replaced by newer models in 2020. A14x bionic is expected to appear in the new iPad Pro Series, and a variant of this chip may be found in Apple’s upcoming arm based MAC. Clearly, the tech giant started mass production of the chipset a few days ago, suggesting that newer, more powerful hardware could be introduced earlier than expected. Komiya, a source of information, said the a14x bionic began mass production half a month ahead of schedule, making us believe that Apple may launch a new iPad Pro model this year. While the new chipsets will bring new performance and efficiency, Komiya did not mention whether these models will retain LCD or mini LED panels. A previously exposed report estimated that the 12.9-inch iPad pro with a mini LED screen could arrive in the fourth quarter of 2020, as Apple hopes to diversify its suppliers, resulting in huge pricing chips and fierce competition among partners. The next iPad Pro will be equipped with a mini LED screen, so combine the new display technology with the 5nm a14x bionic, and you’ll have a winning combination of unparalleled performance and exquisite image quality. Considering the performance increment level brought by the previous release of a12z bionic, a12x bionic, a10x bionic and other chipsets, the performance improvement of a14x bionic may be impressive. Compare a14x bionic with Intel 8-core core i9-9880h, which appears in a much larger notebook with a large area of heat dissipation. Epic Games accused Google of monopolizing the latter, which may have a better chance than apple