iPad Pro 2021 with M1 chip and mini LED display officially unveiled

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During the WWDC 2012, Apple unveiled the new iPad Pro 2021 with a number of new enviable features including M1 chip, mini LED display, and Thunderbolt connectivity. But First, let’s talk about the Apple Silicon M1 chip that now powers this new iPad Pro providing it with incredible power, especially about the previous model. We are talking about 8-core CPU and 8-core GPU, in addition to the Neural Engine and all the components already seen on the MacBook M1.

The performance of the 2021 iPad Pro is also incredible thanks to the enhanced GPU and the new flash memory twice as fast as in the past. There is also the option of 2TB of storage space, an incredible amount considering the compact size of the display. The battery continues to last all day despite huge performance improvements while the RAM is up to 16GB.

In terms of connectivity, there are two incredible additions: Thunderbolt connectivity for connecting to all the best-performing accessories on the market, including Apple’s 6K monitors, Pro Retina XDR, and 5G c connectivity for maximum network speed.

The front camera then gains a new 12MP ultra-wide sensor with a subject tracking system capable of zooming and panning based on the movements of the same. The field is 122 ° and this novelty is extremely useful for all communication needs.

Liquid Retina XDR display

The display is renewed with Mini LED technology and is called Liquid Retina XDR Display with a peak of 1000 nits of brightness and 10,000 Mini LEDs on the 12.9-inch model. The 11-inch model, on the other hand, does not support all the new features and retains the Liquid Retina panel.

The new iPad Pro 2021 will arrive in the second half of May with pre-orders open from April 30th. Prices start at $799 for the 11-inch version and $1099 for the 12.9-inch version. The various accessories will continue to work given the identical form factor compared to the previous generation even if a new light-colored Magic Keyboard is proposed.

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