Apple’s new iPad Pro is finally official . The company has not held an event, but it leaves us with a new generation of its tablet. The main novelty of it is the use of the Apple M2 processor, which will allow a performance jump in it, since its CPU is 15% faster than the previous processor.
iPad Pro with Apple M2: the renewal of the best iPad
The firm also leaves us with its most expensive tablet so far with this launch. As it had been leaked, it arrives in two different sizes in stores.
The design of the iPad Pro does not present changes in this regard, as has been rumored. Apple again makes use of a miniLED screen for the largest model, the 12.9-inch size. The smallest model, the 11-inch, makes use of an IPS screen. One of the novelties in this case is that both leave us with a refresh rate of up to 120Hz. This should give a better experience when playing games or watching content on it.
Apple M2 is the processor used , the main novelty, which helps the best performance and graphic performance of the tablet. It comes with various versions of RAM and storage, depending on the desired model. Two RAM options: 8 and 16 GB and a total of five storage options: 128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB, 1 TB, 2 TB. The operating system used in the tablet is iPadOS16, as was already known before the presentation.
The iPad Pro once again has a 12 MP front camera , which uses the Center Stage function, designed so that we can move, but the camera always keeps us in the center. In the rear, a double 12 MP camera is again bet. Apple adds WiFi 6E connectivity as standard in this new range and the firm also promises 5G.
Price and availability
This new generation also automatically becomes the most expensive of the company so far. All models can be reserved now, and will go on sale in a week, on October 26.
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