Some customers are reporting that their M1 iPad Pro pre-order status has changed to “Shipped.” This happens just a day after the 24-inch M1 iMac pre-order status also changed to “Shipped” for some.
Early benchmark results of the M1 iPad Pro running Geekbench 5 are out, and Apple’s latest iPad Pro has (easily) managed to beat 16-inch Core i9 MacBook Pro. The new M1 iPad Pro also performs on par with the M1 MacBook Air.
Apple’s 2021 iPad Pro lineup packs its powerful M1 chip, bringing a major bump in performance. If you are looking to buy a new M1 iPad Pro but are confused if you should go with the 12.9-inch model or the 11-inch iPad Pro, read our comparison below to find out.
Apple has started accepting pre-orders for the 24-inch iMac, 2021 iPad Pro, and the new Apple TV 4K on its online store. The company had announced all these products at its ‘Spring Loaded’ event on April 20.
Soon after the 2021 iPad Pro launch, it was reported that the 12.9-inch iPad Pro was not compatible with the existing Magic Keyboard. This was due to the 2021 iPad Pro being 0.5mm thinner than the 2020 model. Apple, however, says that the first-generation Magic Keyboard will work with the new iPad Pro.
When Apple announced the 2021 iPad Pro last week at its ‘Spring Loaded’ event, it only stated that the tablets would go up for pre-order on April 30 with retail availability scheduled to start from the second half of May. Now, leaker Jon Prosser has shared the alleged release dates of the new iPad Pros.
At its ‘Spring Loaded’ event last week, Apple announced the 2021 iPad Pro with a lot of new features. Along with a faster M1 chip, the new iPad Pro boasts an XDR mini LED display, and to flaunt the stunning display, Apple has baked in a number of new cool wallpapers. If you’re looking to grab the new 2021 iPad Pro wallpapers, you can get them right here.
When Apple launched the 2021 12.9-inch iPad Pro earlier this week, it also launched the Magic Keyboard in white. Since Apple did not mention anything, one assumed the older generation Magic Keyboard would also be compatible with the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. However, as it turns out, that’s not the case.
Apple has used its powerful M1 chip inside the 2021 iPad Pro. This is the same chip the company uses inside the MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and the new 24-inch iMac. This led to rumors that Apple is planning on merging macOS and iPadOS. However, Apple executives have once again confirmed that this is not going to happen.