We know Apple's new iPad Pro will ship with 32 GB and 128 GB storage options, but what we weren't told was how much RAM the 12.9-inch tablet will have. Thanks to Adobe, we know—or at least kind of know—what its memory specs will be when it ships this November.
iPad Pro may have 4 GB RAM
Adobe detailed its iPad Pro support for Creative Cloud apps in a blog post Wednesday and called out some of the tablet's specs. Along with the 12.9-inch screen size, Adobe's post mentioned the A9X processor, 2732 x 2048 screen dimensions, and that it includes only 2 GB RAM.
That seemed low considering everything Apple claims the new workhorse iPad Pro can handle. Accordingly, Adobe updated the post to say the iPad Pro ships with 4 GB RAM. Later, the post was changed again to remove any references to RAM.
Based on that, it seems likely the iPad Pro includes a more reasonable 4 GB RAM, but Apple doesn't want anyone calling that out. What that tells us is that the iPad Pro might ship with only 2 GB RAM, most likely ships with 4 GB, but we won't know for sure until November when iFixit rips one apart.