The pandemic has proved that most corporate jobs are heavily centered around exchanges of emails, texts & calls. For that you just need a good laptop, a fast running internet and your job is just one CLICK away. Internet is the major concern of people to work from home and they want to have fast approaching net. Recently, Apple has introduced their New iPad Pro with a vast number of features and the most accentuated feature is the 5G internet service.
Apple during their Spring Load product event, officially announced their upcoming New iPad Pro. The new version either 11 or 12.9-inch screen has the same design as the outgoing model with a similar M1 chip as the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air that was introduced last fall. Compared to A12Z, CPU performance is up 50%, the GPU is 40% faster and there is an option to set up this tablet to 16GB and up to 2TB of storage faster than the last generation. The New Pro has a surprising feature of 5G network connectivity.
The two generation of iPad Pro have HDR-compatible screens with Promotion and True Tune tech, support for the P3 color gamut, and compatibility with Apple pencil. Moreover, the 12.9 inch iPad Pro has a more vibrant Liquid Retina XDR with a next-level mini-LED display panel. These LED lights are powered by 10,000, it produces more dramatic contrast and higher maximum brightness.
Thunderbolt port in New Pro gives opportunity to run your tablet like a Computer. The thunderbolt port has a transfer speed of 40 Gbps which gives an additional option to hook up external monitors of up 6k resolution as well extreme fast external storage and it can also handle 10 gigabit Ethernet.
Talking about cameras on the back got improvements. It has a 12MP main and 10MP ultra-wide-angle lens with 122º field of view upfront, plus a LIDAR scanner which helps with autofocus in low-light. The tablet can zoom in and pan to keep the subject in the center of the frame when in a video call. Also, it can zoom out if there are two subjects.
Pre-orders have begun for the new iPad on April 30, with full availability set to begin in mid-May. The pricing will start at $799 for an 11-inch device and $1,099 for a 12.9-inch version.