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    A new way to turn Pro

    The first iPad with Apple’s new M1 chip

    For the first time, Apple brings its M1 chip from the Mac over to the iPad, and it’s a change that should come with some big performance upgrades. The 8-core CPU will be capable of delivering up to 50% faster processing power — plus 40% extra GPU performance — than the A12Z Bionic chip in the previous iPad Pro. Since M1 is based on similar architecture from the A-series chipsets, the transition didn’t require making huge alterations under the hood.

    M1 should make everything about this iPad Pro faster. Apple’s 16-core Neural Engine, image signal processor, faster storage, higher memory capacity and more efficient battery life should pay real dividends for any task. It’s also built to work seamlessly with the best iPadOS has to offer, adding to the synergy of Apple’s hardware and software.

    A display worthy of every pixel

    The 12.9-inch iPad Pro has a new mini-LED panel with over 10,000 LEDs laid out across the back of the entire display. This vivid Liquid Retina XDR display can hit a peak of 1600 nits at peak brightness, with a steady 1000 nits at full brightness. Those LEDs are dynamic, brightening and dimming for superb contrast, which can help creative pros see their content truer-to-life.

    The 11-inch iPad Pro has a Liquid Retina XDR display, but not the same mini-LED array underneath. But otherwise, the two models share the same technologies, which include ProMotion, automatically adjusting the refresh rate, and True Tone, automatically adjusting colour temperature to make it easier on the eyes. With HDR and Dolby Vision in tow, the new iPad Pro will look like a vibrant canvas to work on at any time.

    Taking Center Stage

    Apple built a new camera for the front of the iPad Pro that uses a wider-angle lens. That matters because Center Stage uses the M1 chip’s machine learning capability to keep you centred in the frame when you move. It pans across to ensure you’re not off-centred, helping to keep things focused on you.

    With 5G-enabled connectivity, the latest iPad Pro is also built to handle faster wireless speeds. You can still use it with an LTE connection, or just stick to Wi-Fi. Both versions are available, as is usually the case with all iPads.

    Working on what needs to get done

    The new iPad Pro, with its improved performance, is better suited to being a productivity-focused product. Outfit it with a keyboard and trackpad, and you have a laptop replacement sitting right in front of you. Grab the Apple Pencil or another stylus, and you can use it for any creative and visual tasks that you want to work on, no matter where you are.

    Even if you place it at a desk, the new iPad Pro also has a USB-C port with Thunderbolt 3 support. That’s more than enough to connect it to an external monitor, turning the tablet into a full-scale workstation. The Thunderbolt cable necessary to do this is sold separately from the tablet, but if you have one, you can put your iPad Pro screen on a much display.

    You can also get the new iPad Pro with more storage than before. It can support up to 1TB or 2TB, or 8GB or 16GB of RAM, giving you some choices on how high you want to go, either way. Even when you want to use the iPad Pro to unwind, kick back and enjoy some leisure time with the content you enjoy, this tablet will let you do that without worry.

    A new way to turn Pro

    The first iPad with Apple’s new M1 chip

    For the first time, Apple brings its M1 chip from the Mac over to the iPad, and it’s a change that should come with some big performance upgrades. The 8-core CPU will be capable of delivering up to 50% faster processing power — plus 40% extra GPU performance — than the A12Z Bionic chip in the previous iPad Pro. Since M1 is based on similar architecture from the A-series chipsets, the transition didn’t require making huge alterations under the hood.

    M1 should make everything about this iPad Pro faster. Apple’s 16-core Neural Engine, image signal processor, faster storage, higher memory capacity and more efficient battery life should pay real dividends for any task. It’s also built to work seamlessly with the best iPadOS has to offer, adding to the synergy of Apple’s hardware and software.

    A display worthy of every pixel

    The 12.9-inch iPad Pro has a new mini-LED panel with over 10,000 LEDs laid out across the back of the entire display. This vivid Liquid Retina XDR display can hit a peak of 1600 nits at peak brightness, with a steady 1000 nits at full brightness. Those LEDs are dynamic, brightening and dimming for superb contrast, which can help creative pros see their content truer-to-life.

    The 11-inch iPad Pro has a Liquid Retina XDR display, but not the same mini-LED array underneath. But otherwise, the two models share the same technologies, which include ProMotion, automatically adjusting the refresh rate, and True Tone, automatically adjusting colour temperature to make it easier on the eyes. With HDR and Dolby Vision in tow, the new iPad Pro will look like a vibrant canvas to work on at any time.

    Taking Center Stage

    Apple built a new camera for the front of the iPad Pro that uses a wider-angle lens. That matters because Center Stage uses the M1 chip’s machine learning capability to keep you centred in the frame when you move. It pans across to ensure you’re not off-centred, helping to keep things focused on you.

    With 5G-enabled connectivity, the latest iPad Pro is also built to handle faster wireless speeds. You can still use it with an LTE connection, or just stick to Wi-Fi. Both versions are available, as is usually the case with all iPads.

    Working on what needs to get done

    The new iPad Pro, with its improved performance, is better suited to being a productivity-focused product. Outfit it with a keyboard and trackpad, and you have a laptop replacement sitting right in front of you. Grab the Apple Pencil or another stylus, and you can use it for any creative and visual tasks that you want to work on, no matter where you are.

    Even if you place it at a desk, the new iPad Pro also has a USB-C port with Thunderbolt 3 support. That’s more than enough to connect it to an external monitor, turning the tablet into a full-scale workstation. The Thunderbolt cable necessary to do this is sold separately from the tablet, but if you have one, you can put your iPad Pro screen on a much display.

    You can also get the new iPad Pro with more storage than before. It can support up to 1TB or 2TB, or 8GB or 16GB of RAM, giving you some choices on how high you want to go, either way. Even when you want to use the iPad Pro to unwind, kick back and enjoy some leisure time with the content you enjoy, this tablet will let you do that without worry.