Here’s How Much RAM Each iPad Model Has

RAM in iPad

Are you wondering how much RAM the iPad has? Or perhaps you are considering buying your next iPad and want to make sure it has an adequate amount of RAM for your every need.

In this article, we have shared how much RAM each iPad model has starting from the original iPad that only had 512MB of RAM to the latest iPad Pro that has a whopping 16GB.

This post will also tell you about most RAM in an iPad. So keep reading!

In the table that is shared below you will find RAM found in every iPad model ever released. This iPad RAM table not only lets us know about the RAM in iPad but also gives us an insight on how far the iPad has come over the past decade or so.

How much RAM does my iPad has?

In this table, you will find the RAM in each model of iPad ever released. Here you can find RAM in iPad Pro, RAM in iPad Air, RAM in iPad mini, and how much RAM is found in iPad 10.2-inch or older.

Now you don’t have to worry about how to check iPad RAM as you can find this information below.

iPad ModelRAM
13-inch iPad Pro (7th Generation)8GB/16GB
12.9-inch iPad Pro (6th Generation)8GB/16GB
12.9-inch iPad Pro (5th Generation)8GB/16GB
12.9-inch iPad Pro (4th Generation)6GB
12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd Generation)4GB/6GB
12.9-inch iPad Pro (2nd Generation)4GB
12.9-inch iPad Pro (1st Generation)4GB
11-inch iPad Pro (5th Generation)8GB/16GB
11-inch iPad Pro (4th Generation)8GB/16GB
11-inch iPad Pro (3rd Generation)8GB/16GB
11-inch iPad Pro (2nd Generation)6GB
11-inch iPad Pro (1st Generation)4GB/6GB
10.5-inch iPad Pro4GB
9.7-inch iPad Pro2GB
iPad Air 6 (13-inch)8GB
iPad Air 6 (11-inch)8GB
iPad Air 58GB
iPad Air 44GB
iPad Air 33GB
iPad Air 22GB
iPad Air 11GB
iPad 2022 (10.9-inch)4GB
10.2-inch iPad (9th Generation)3GB
10.2-inch iPad (8th Generation)3GB
10.2-inch iPad (7th Generation)3GB
iPad 62GB
iPad 52GB
iPad 41GB
iPad 31GB
iPad 2512MB
iPad mini 64GB
iPad mini 53GB
iPad mini 42GB
iPad mini 31GB
iPad mini 21GB
iPad mini 1512MB

What makes the RAM in the iPad table interesting is how the quantity of RAM in iPad has increased over the years.

Another interesting fact is in many models of iPad you find two different quantities of RAM. For example, in iPad Pro 5th generation we have both 8GB and 16GB RAM with iPads with higher storage capacity featuring more RAM.

Most RAM in an iPad?

By far the most RAM in an iPad is found in 12.9-inch iPad Pro 5th generation and 12.9-inch iPad Pro 6th generation, whose 1TB and 2TB models feature 16GB of RAM. Apple has continued this trend with the 13-inch iPad Pro 7th Generation, which also has 16GB Ram in 1TB and 2TB models.

The 11-inch iPad Pro 5th, 4th, and 3rd Generation 1TB and 2TB models also feature 16GB of RAM, which is also the most RAM in an iPad.

What does RAM do in an iPad?

While iPadOS has excellent memory management, RAM or Random Access Memory still plays an important role in the iPad’s day-to-day performance.

RAM stands for Random Access Memory and is a place where a computing device performs its current processes. When you are using an app on your iPad while music is playing in the background, all of these processes are stored and handled in RAM. 

iPadOS also keeps the processes running in RAM in the background to give you quick access to an app’s last used state. So when you open Safari and the web page is still loaded, that information was temporarily stored in RAM all this time.

Since RAM is limited iPadOS keeps killing or deleting older and unused processes to free up memory for more important tasks.

You may have noticed that when you open many apps and return to an app you haven’t used in a while, iPadOS has to load its content again. This is especially apparent when you open Safari browser again after using a number of apps after it.

Also read: How much RAM does each iPhone model has

There you have it folks, this is the amount of RAM each iPad model has. What do you think about RAM in iPad? Do you think Apple needs to add more RAM to the iPad? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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