Apple iPad Pro released, replaced with a new M1 chip

On April 21st, Apple launched a new generation of iPad Pro on Apple’s release today. The new iPad Pro uses Apple’s M1 chip. According to Apple, compared to the first generation of iPad Pro, the GPU performance of this generation of iPad Pro has increased by a terrifying 1500 times.

The new iPad Pro also increases the link bandwidth in USB-C, which can be expanded on more devices, with a transmission bandwidth of up to 40Gb/s; the new iPad Pro also adds support for 5G.

Apple has also upgraded the iPad Pro’s camera in an all-round way. On the front camera, an ultra-wide-angle design has been added. The 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens combined with machine learning can track people in real time to ensure that they are always in the picture. intermediate.

On the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, the screen has undergone a huge upgrade, which achieves the same screen experience as Pro Display XDR. Apple has introduced the Mini-LED design on the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, which is in the 12.9-inch screen. Nearly 10,000 Mini-LED components are placed, and it supports up to 2500 partitions and the highest brightness of 1000 nits.

On the new iPad Pro, the storage capacity is up to 2TB, and there are two versions of 11-inch and 12.9-inch. It is worth noting that the Mini-LED screen is only equipped with the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. As for the 11-inch version of the screen, Apple has not further explained it, and it will be roughly similar to the previous generation.

On the new iPad Pro, Apple has also equipped it with a new Apple Pencil and a series of configurations such as the Magic Keyboard. In addition to the previous black version, the Magic Keyboard has also launched a new white version this time. The new Apple Pencil adds handwriting recognition to more text and improves the accuracy of handwritten text recognition.

Apple’s new iPad Pro is priced at US$799 for the 11-inch version and US$1,099 for the 12.9-inch version. Both iPad Pro will be available for pre-order on April 30. It will be officially listed in late May.