iPadPro_Pencil_Lifestyle1-PRINTApple has never really been one to flaunt numbers like processor clock speed, number of cores, RAM, or even battery life. In fact Apple’s website does not even list the RAM found on its mobile devices, and we’re sure many are curious as to how much RAM the iPad Pro is packing, especially since Apple is touting all sorts of artistic and professional tasks that can be done by it.

As it turns out maybe we won’t need to wait for Apple to confirm it. This is thanks to a recent blog post by Adobe who basically revealed that the iPad Pro would come with 4GB of RAM. Now if you recall, Adobe was on stage yesterday where they showed off a trio of apps that one could use the iPad Pro for.

According to Adobe, “iPad Pro is great for creative workflows with a high res 12.9″ touch screen display at 2732 x 2048 pixels, A9X chip, and 4GB RAM.” Like we said the iPad Pro on Apple’s website does not even list the amount of RAM the tablet packs, but we suppose Adobe’s post should have more or less confirmed it.

In fact by giving it 4GB of RAM, the iPad Pro is easily the only mobile product from Apple to pack that much RAM. The iPad Air 2 only came with 2GB of RAM, and from what we can only assume, the new iPhones still feature 1GB of RAM, or at most it has been upgraded to 2GB.

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