Earlier this month Apple pulled the wraps from the 2020 iPad Pro. A week ago Apple started shipping the new iPad Pro from China. Now it is learned that iPad Pro has started arriving for customers across the world.
MacRumors reader from England has posted pictures of his iPad Pro. The first batch of iPad Pro was scheduled to arrive on March 25 i.e today. If you have booked early then your iPad Pro should arrive anytime soon. There is also a good chance that iPad Pro shipping might be delayed due to the COVID-19 outbreak and nationwide lockdowns.
If you have ordered iPad Pro this week then your device is expected to arrive in between April 3 and April 7. Please note that you can track iPad Pro delivery only if you are receiving your packages from UPS in the United States. All one needs to do is head over to UPS My Choice and sign up. Once done, the delivery date is displayed in a calendar view. On a related note, Apple automatically upgraded a customer’s order for the 2018 iPad Pro with the new 2020 iPad Pro at a lower price.
The 2020 iPad Pro comes with Apple’s A12Z Bionic chip which features an eight-core GPU, eight-core CPU, and a Neural Engine. Apple has also improved thermal management for further performance improvement. Despite these performance improvements, Apple claims the iPad Pro can last up to 10 hours on a single charge. It also offers Wi-Fi 6 and gigabit LTE support for faster downloads.
Orders placed today are expected to be delivered by mid-April. However, in regions where Apple retailers are operational, the iPad Pro can be purchased this week.
Did you order a 2020 iPad Pro? Let us know if your device has arrived.[via MacRumors]