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  1. Curiosity about whether building an app for extremely fast ram on a desktop and a small ram ability of this iPad Pro can be achieved. Referring back to WWDC where Serif demonstrated the ability of metal acceleration and the vid by James showing the need for a minimum of 8GB to be able to achieve the speed of processing, I am wondering if the slowing of processing that is being talked about here has little to do with the apps but rather our expectation of what we all want this iPad to do? I am not doing the scribble test but rather trying to edit a fairly complex image and am getting a very halting processing problem. It appears that the iPad itself needs time to catch up to what AP is doing. Just surmising.
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