So, does the iPad Pro use NVMe storage?
This is a question that has been on my mind for so long.
Does the iPad Pro use NVMe storage, like on the 6S?
Apple's iPad Pro Technology page only had this to say.
"The A9X chip is capable of processing data so quickly, it demanded a new memory architecture. iPad Pro features a revamped storage controller that helps deliver performance better than some desktop computers. This increases read and write speeds, so you can quickly open even the largest files. Like the big 4K movie you just edited or all the RAW images you imported from your HD camera."
I did storage benchmarks and it can get close to 400MB/s in write performance (sometimes higher) and close to 1700MB/s in read performance (sometimes higher too), which leads me to think it's NVMe.
What do you guys think?