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.
One of the highlights of the new 2021 iPad Pro is the 12MP TrueDepth camera system at the front. The new front camera features a 122-degree FoV (Field of View) allowing for a new feature called Center Stage.
Apple’s 2021 iPad Pro lineup is a major upgrade over the 2020 lineup. At first glance, the new iPad Pro might not look that different from its predecessor, but there are a lot of improvements to improve the overall experience. Here are all the differences between the 2021 iPad Pro and the 2020 iPad Pro.
In a rather surprising turn of events, the 2021 iPad Pro had a change of heart at Apple’s ‘Spring Loaded’ event. Tim Cook jumped and broke through windows, stole the M1 chip from a secret Apple lab, and experimented with the iPad Pro to see the end results. And guess what? It worked. The next-generation iPad Pro takes a giant leap with a better display, better CPU, GPU, camera, and more. Let’s take a look at all the best iPad Pro features.
Apple today announced its 2021 iPad Pro lineup, with the 12.9-inch variant in the lineup making use of mini-LED display panels. The tablets also come with 5G connectivity and an M1 chip.
Apple’s competitors leave no stones unturned when it comes to taking potshots at the company. Be it when Apple ditched the 3.5mm audio jack on iPhone or stopped bundling the charger and EarPods with the new iPhone. Now Microsoft has put up a Surface Pro 7 advert comparing it with Apple devices.
ESR, a popular Apple accessory maker, has revealed that the 2021 iPad Pro will have less number of speaker holes as compared to the previous generation iPad Pro.
A new report from Bloomberg claims that a new iPad Pro with a mini LED display and thunderbolt port could launch “as early as April.” The report also details Apple’s plan of introducing a new iPad mini with smaller bezels, and an entry-level iPad which could be announced later this year.
Target employee has inadvertently leaked Apple’s upcoming 11-inch iPad Pro. The company could launch 11-inch iPad Pro by the end of this month. Yet another rumor says the new iPad Pro will come equipped with a mini-LED display.