The 2020 iPad Pro comes with the latest and greatest hardware from Apple’s stable, including the A12Z Bionic chipset, a dual-camera system with an additional LiDAR sensor, a quad-speaker setup, and a USB Type-C port. However, it misses out on a chip that’s used for Ultra Wideband connectivity.
For the privacy-conscious folks out there, Apple has included a hardware microphone disconnect feature on its recent MacBooks. This feature ensures that the microphone is hardware disconnected when not in use thereby preventing it to pass any audio to a rogue app or malware with root or kernel privileges. Apple has introduced the same feature to its 2020 iPad Pro lineup as well.
Apple finally added trackpad and mouse support on the iPad with the iPadOS 13.4 update. It seemed imminent ever since Apple decided to release iPadOS last year, as a derivation of iOS, but with a greater emphasis on multitasking. In this article, we will show you how to use the trackpad or mouse with your iPad, iPad Pro, iPad Air or iPad mini.
iFixit has posted a teardown video of the new 2020 iPad Pro featuring a LiDAR scanner. The teardown confirms that the 2020 iPad Pro has almost the same internals as the 2018 iPad Pro barring the new and bigger camera module and the LiDAR scanner.
When the 2020 iPad Pro was first announced by Apple last week, it was reported that the A12Z Bionic was only a marginal upgrade over the A12X Bionic chip found in the 2018 iPad Pro. The A12Z Bionic had an 8-core GPU while the A12X Bionic packed a 7-core GPU. A new report now claims that the A12X and A12Z Bionic are actually the same chips.
Earlier this week, Apple launched the new iPad Pro with a LiDAR scanner. LIDAR or Light Detection and Ranging is a method of remote sensing that is used to map the surroundings. 2020 iPad Pro started arriving yesterday for people across the world and the users have posted videos of what LIDAR does on iPad Pro.
This is not the first time Apple devices have bent. A couple of years ago Apple was embroiled in a bendgate and recently the 2018 iPad Pro was bent easily. Apple has defended the bend in iPad Pro saying its well within operating tolerances and there is nothing to worry about.
Apple’s 2020 iPad Pro lineup has gone on sale today in major markets across the world. This time around, Apple has focused more on refining its iPad Pro lineup rather than doing something dramatically different. If you have ordered the 2020 iPad Pro or plan on getting one soon, check out some of the best tips and tricks for it to get the most out of it.
Apple recently released the new iPad Pro. Apple has apparently started shipping iPad Pro to those who have booked it early. The company has not revealed that they have started shipping, however, there are ways by which you can track the same. In other words, shipping details on Apple’s own tracking system is not updated.