Apple iPad Pro gets M1 silicon, 5G, Thunderbolt port and more!

The Apple iPad Pro is getting Apple’s in-house M1 silicon, which was hailed as one of the best chipsets when it debuted last year. The company is touting 50% improved performance over previous iPad Pro – thanks to the new M1 silicon. It is rated to deliver 75x more performance.

The 8 core GPU is claimed to provide 1500 times higher performance! Plus, it now supports latest PlayStation and XBox controllers with haptics. You get 2X faster storage access and a 2TB storage option. Plus, the USB-C port now supports Thunderbolt with USB 4 support. It has 4X more bandwidth, and can support up to 6K resolution on a Pro display HDR. The new iPad Pro 2021 now also supports 5G, because why not?

iPAd Pro 2021

The company is further enhancing the cameras on its new iPad Pro. It has introduced motion  tracking on location for greenscreen tracking on location. The LiDar scanner can now augment your area in new ways. You also get an all-new ultra-wide 12MP camera with 120-degree field of view. There is a new feature called Center Stage that helps you stay in the center of view and pans with you or anyone else in the video. It can be use for a new way to connect with others on video calls where you have to be moving around.

The 2021 iPad Pro is receiving a big display update. It now features a mini-LED display that delivers 1000 nits of brightness with 1600 nits peak brightness and 1 million to 1 contrast ratio. There are more than 10K mini-LEDs on the 12.9-inch model, which is far more than the 72 LED’s on the previous one. This allows the high contrast ratio. As for the design, the bigger iPad Pro is 6.4mm thin, and weighs just 1.5lbs.

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