Tips iPhone most powerful tablet, the iPad Pro 2021


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Apple has unveiled the 2021 iPad Pro, its most powerful tablet and the first from the company to feature a mini-LED display.

Apple said the iPad Pro 2021 offered 50% better performance and 40% fast GPU performance compared to A12X Bionic in the predecessor, thanks to its M1 chip.

iPad Pro 2021

Similar to its predecessor, the iPad Pro 2021 is available in two sizes – 12.9 and 11 inches.

However, this time around the larger model features a Liquid Retina XDR display which uses a Mini-LED panel instead of a conventional LCD panel.

These are also the first iPad models to support 5G via eSIM, and feature support for Thunderbolt and USB 4 via USB-C port offering 4x more bandwidth for wired connections than the previous iPad Pro — up to 40Gbps.

iPad Pro 2021 Highlight Specification
OSiPad OS 14.5
CPUApple Silicon M1 processor
Display 11-inch 2,388 x 1,668 LCD /
12.9-inch 2,732 x 2,048 mini-LED
Storage128GB / 256GB / 512GB / 1TB / 2TB
Rear camera12MP + 10MP
Front camera12MP
PortsUSB-C 4 with Thunderbolt
ConnectivityWi-Fi 6 Bluetooth 5.0
BiometricsFace ID
Battery and charging 11-inch: 28.65Wh
12.9-inch: 40.88Wh
20W charging
Dimensions11-inch: 247.6 x 178.5 x 5.9mm (466-470 grams)
12.9-inch: (280.6 x 214.9 x 6.4mm (682-685 grams)

Both models are available in Silver and Space Grey colours.

The iPad Pro 2021 will be up for pre-order in the US from 30 April, with general in-store availability slated for the second half of May.

iPad Pro 2021

Pricing for the Wi-Fi-only 11-inch model starts at $799, which gets you 128GB of storage.

The 12.9-inch variant with only Wi-Fi will set buyers back $1,099, while the Wi-Fi+Cellular model will begin at $1,299.