Apple iPad Pro has a new liquid retina XDR display which makes it more fast with it the company has also provided 5G connectivity for the first time.
After introducing the M1 processor on the MacBook last year, Apple launched a new iPad Pro with the same processor at its Spring Loaded event on April 20. This iPad Pro has been introduced in two sizes of 11 inches and 12.9 inches, in which 12.9 inch iPad Pro has a liquid retina XDR display. With this, the company has also provided 5G connectivity for the first time.
Both the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro are available with silver and space gray finish and 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB and 2TB storage. The 11-inch Wi-Fi model iPad Pro has a starting price of Rs 71900, while for the Wi-Fi + Cellular model, you will have to pay Rs 85900. Apart from this, the initial price of the Wi-Fi model of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro is Rs 99,900 and the price of the Wi-Fi + Cellular model is Rs 1,13,900.
Specifications of Apple iPad Pro
The M1 chip given in the iPad Pro brings an 8-core CPU to it, which increases its speed by 50 percent over the old A12Z Bionic chip. Apart from this, 8-core gives 40 percent more GPU performance. Along with this, the company claims that the M1 chip also increases the battery life of the iPad Pro.
The new Liquid Retina XDR display further enhances the power of its display. 10,000 small LEDs have been used for this display. Its XDR display has a full-screen brightness of up to 1000nits, peak brightness of 1600nits and a one million to 1 contrast ratio to enhance the creative workflow.
This Liquid Retina XDR display has many more advanced technology that can also be found in the 11-inch iPad Pro which includes promotion, true tone and P3 wide color support. Thunderbolt and USB4 are also supported in iPad Pro for the first time. Apart from this, a new white color variant has also been given in its magic keyboard.
Apple iPad Pro Camera
The iPad Pro has an all-new 12MP ultra wide front camera designed specifically for this device. This camera comes with a center stage which gives a new experience for video calls. The center stage gives a large field of view on the front camera and places the users in the center of the frame.