For the general user, the specifications of an iPad do not matter. Applications tend to go fast (if the model is not several years old) and the system in general responds quickly to our commands. But in the developing world, IPadOS apps have resource usage limits From the device.
One of those limitations is that of RAM. Until now, no iPadOS application could use more than 5 GB. However, and with memories of 8 and up to 16 GB in the new iPad Pro M1, Apple decided grant exceptions to this memory usage on iPads
More memory space in iPads capable of tuning it
Such an exception was found in the recently released second beta of iPadOS 15 and would allow iPadOS apps to be able to send a signal to the system communicate that they would perform better if they were allowed to reserve a little more memory than normal. iPadOS would allow this, although it is not detailed to what extent.
The official documentation on this new feature for developers states that it is only available for certain models of iPad, and that the developers continue. they must be sure that their applications work well even if they are denied this extra memory
But still, it can be a silver liner for applications like graphics intensive games that might perform better if they had a little extra memory. And who knows, maybe Apple will use this same metric in the future for professional applications like Final Cut Pro. This will be something that we will see when iPadOS 15 is here and we want to make the most of it.