Apple recently unveiled the 12.9-inch iPad Pro powered by the new M1 chip. The iPad Pro is the first iPad to be powered by Apple’s custom M1 chip. Earlier this month, the iMac M1 teardown revealed many exciting things. Today iFixit has uploaded a new iPad Pro M1 teardown video.
Apple is working on a redesign for the iPad Pro lineup, which it could launch as early as 2022. The redesigned iPad Pro would feature a glass back and wireless charging. For comparison, the current iPad Pro lineup was redesigned in 2018 and features an aluminum enclosure.
One of the highlights of the new M1 iPad Pro lineup is that it comes with a minimum of 8GB RAM, with the 1TB and 2TB storage variants shipping with a massive 16GB RAM. That’s a massive leap from the 2020 iPad Pro, which shipped with a maximum of 6GB RAM. However, as it turns out, iPadOS currently limits apps from accessing more than 5GB RAM on the M1 iPad Pro.
2021 M1 iPad Pro is now on sale. Some customers, who pre-ordered the device back in April and have received the new iPad, are already reporting a ‘blooming’ issue with the new mini LED display.
Apple’s new M1 iPad Pro has officially launched. Apart from the more powerful M1 chip, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro also features a stunning Liquid Retina XDR display that is capable of reaching brightness levels of as high as 1,600 nits. If you have just gotten a new M1 iPad Pro, check out some stunning wallpapers for it to enjoy its display to the fullest.
Apple’s newly launched M1 iPad Pro is now available to order. As we know by now, the 12.9-inch 2021 iPad Pro features a Liquid Retina XDR display, thanks to the mini LED panel behind it. However, the smaller 11-inch model is still stuck with the older ProMotion LCD display. An Apple executive has now revealed why the smaller iPad doesn’t have the mini LED display.
Apple surprised everyone with an M1-packed iPad Pro at its ‘Spring loaded‘ event. Apple already leads the tablet market with its iPad lineup, and the new M1 iPad Pro is only going to widen that gap. If you plan on getting the M1 iPad Pro or have already purchased it, check out some tips and tricks for it to get the most out of it.
The 24-inch M1 iMac, M1 iPad Pro, and the new Apple TV 4K have gone on sale across most of the major markets in the world. Customers in New Zealand and Australia were the first to get their hands on the new iPad Pro and iMac.
Reviews of Apple’s 2021 iPad Pro lineup with the M1 chip are out, a day after the 24-inch M1 iMac reviews were published. Apple has already confirmed the 24-inch iMac and the new iPad Pro lineup will go on sale from later this week starting May 21. Below is a review roundup of the iPad Pro from major publications.
With the 2021 M1 12.9-inch iPad Pro already up for pre-order and rumored to go on sale later this week, a new Bloomberg report highlights the production issues that Apple continues to face with the device.