Despite all of the disruption to supply chains, manufacturing and the massive economic downturn, Apple has still managed to produce and release a brand new iPad Pro — and it’s impressive.
Apple’s brand new iPad Pro has just entered the market and despite the timing, is creating a splash among tech and tablet enthusiasts alike.
In terms of what to expect, the screen sizes hasn’t changed — the Pro still available in 11″ and 12.9″ models. The storage configurations to choose from include 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB.
The processing chip is now more powerful and faster than most Windows laptop computers, and that Liquid Retina display we know and love is back, as well.
The screen is also equipped with ProMotion and True Tone — two technological breakthroughs for color and animation that are quite impressive. The color accuracy will make everything look and feel alive as you create. No matter what you’re looking to bring to fruition — this iPad can keep up.
The camera has also taken a step up with the new model, with wide 12 MP and ultra wide 10 MP options. What’s more, the camera has a LiDAR scanner that specializes in determining distance using reflected light from up to five meters. This technology is really advanced, so much so it’s being used by NASA for the next Mars mission, and now it’s built into the back of your iPad.
This technology opens up a whole host of possibilities when it comes to augmented reality, photography, video capture and beyond.
Another impressive feature is the iPad’s processor. It’s got an 8-core graphics processor for all those 3D designs and 4K video edits you need to do, and this new machine is ready to keep up with the latest and greatest of pro apps with on-the-spot, on-device machine learning.
iPad OS is designed to multitask and move between tasks quickly and easily, and the new Magic Keyboard allows your iPad to float and adjust to your preferred height and viewing angle.
You can purchase your iPad Pro on Amazon at the link below, but please note that delivery may take longer than usual given the current issues with COVID-19.