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May 18, 2024

Behind all the fuss about Apple’s new iPad Pro 2024

Arushi Sakhuja

Apple lovers would already know that the brand has unveiled a new iPad Pro which is sleeker in design and captivating in gaze. As per Tim Cook, this is the biggest day for iPad since its introduction. But you may ask why, what is so unique? Apple unveiled a new version of the iPad Pro 2024 and iPad Pencil Pro. Featuring a new thin and light design, breakthrough Ultra Retina XDR display, and outrageously fast M4 performance with powerful AI capabilities, the new iPad Pro 2024 takes a leap forward.

 

 iPad Pro 2024 display
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The iPad Pro 2024 is being updated with the next-gen M4 chip as opposed to the current M1, M2 or M3. This is distinctive because it is the next stage in Apple’s progress in the AI space. The iPad Pro is Apple’s most advanced and priciest tablet available in two sizes – 11-inch and 13-inch. The smaller variant costs $999 USD, while the larger one costs $1,299 USD. It is also the thinnest product ever released by Apple, measuring only 5.1mm in thickness. The new Pro model features an OLED screen, the same type used in iPhones, to offer a brighter and more vibrant display. Customers have the option to choose between two colours – silver or space black.

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But what really sets this iPad Pro 2024 apart is its display — the world’s most advanced, they say. With the new Ultra Retina XDR display, powered by state-of-the-art tandem OLED technology, users are in for a visual treat like never before. And let’s not forget the brains behind the beauty: the M4 chip, Apple’s next-gen silicon, promising a massive leap in performance and capabilities. This new chip boasts an entirely revamped display engine to make the most of that stunning screen, along with a beefed-up CPU, a souped-up GPU building on the M3’s architecture, and the mightiest Neural Engine yet. Translation? This iPad Pro is an absolute powerhouse when it comes to artificial intelligence.

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 iPad Pro 2024 display
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And when it comes to taking photos, the Pro has an overall better camera, along with an adaptive flash that automatically adjusts based on the level of light in an environment. The new iPad Pro has better cameras that can do a lot of things. It has four really good microphones that capture sound really well. You can take pictures, edit them, and share them, all on this one device. The main camera on the back is 12 megapixels and takes really nice pictures and videos, especially in low light. It also has a new flash that adjusts itself to make scanning documents easier. The iPad Pro can even recognize documents automatically and take better pictures of them, even if there’s a shadow. The front camera has also been improved. It’s now placed sideways, which is better for video calls, especially when the iPad is connected to a keyboard or a cover.

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But wait, there’s more! Apple didn’t stop at just the iPad Pro 2024 itself. They’ve introduced two new accessories too. Take the Apple Pencil Pro, for instance. It’s not just your regular stylus; it’s a whole new level of interaction. With features like tool switching, line weight adjustments, and colour changes right at your fingertips, the creative possibilities are endless. And let’s not forget the Magic Keyboard, now thinner and lighter than ever. With its sleek design, function row, and larger trackpad, it’s like having a MacBook in tablet form. Plus, it attaches magnetically for a seamless experience, with no Bluetooth needed.

 iPad Pro 2024 pencil
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 iPad Pro 2024 pencil
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In the words of John Ternus, Apple’s senior VP of Hardware Engineering, this new iPad Pro isn’t just an upgrade; it’s a game-changer. With its stunning design, breathtaking display, powerhouse performance, and a slew of accessories to boot, there’s simply nothing else like it on the market. And the best part? You can order yours now!  So what are you waiting for? Dive into the future of tablets with the new iPad Pro.

Arushi Sakhuja

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