After months of rumors, Apple has taken the wraps off of a new iPad Pro at the Apple spring 2021 event. The new iPad Pro models keep the overall design of previous-generation models, however they get improved performance that puts them on par with M1-powered Mac computers. The event is ongoing, and you can watch it for yourself if interested.
It’s not necessarily a bad thing that the devices have a similar design to previous-generation iPad Pro models, of course. The iPad Pro is still at the forefront of tablet design, and offers a look that’s been copied by plenty of other tablet makers.
Rumors about new iPad Pro models have been circulating for months now, with the most prominent being that the new devices would get improved processing and a Mini LED display. Mini LED displays make for deeper black levels, which can be helpful for graphic designers, photo editors, and anyone who simply wants a better experience when watching movies and TV shows. Other rumors indicated that the new iPad Pro will launch alongside a new Apple Pencil.
Apple has just announced the new iPad Pro, and we’ll be updating this post as we learn more about it — so stay tuned for more information.
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