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Apple just unveiled the refreshed iPad Pro, which includes the M2 chipset in addition to other features. The new iPad Pro M2 will also go on sale starting next week, on October 26, with a starting price of $799.
Additionally, Apple unveiled the revised iPad for 2022, which features new colour options and improved internals. The new tablets are covered in the following information.
Apple iPad Pro 2022 starts at Rs 81,900
The 13-inch MacBook Pro, which adopted the M1 replacement earlier this year, is followed by the new Apple iPad, which features the M2 processor. The new tablet is available in two sizes, an 11-inch model and a bigger 12.9-inch model, just like the previous iPad Pro.
The tablets’ appearance hasn’t significantly altered, and it would be challenging to distinguish the 2022 iPad Pro from its 2021 predecessor. Even though the home button is gone, the bezels remain the same.
Similar to its smaller 10.5-inch counterpart, the larger 12.9-inch iPad Pro has a mini-LED display screen that enables local dimming and, as a result, higher contrast ratios. Although both iPad models have a 120Hz ProMotion refresh rate, the 11-inch iPad still uses a standard LCD display panel.
With a new hover function that enables the tablet to do actions when the Apple Pencil is simply hovering over the screen, the new iPads also provide enhanced Apple Pencil integration. Apple claims that this capability would enable artists to sketch more precisely, but it also offers new opportunities for third-party apps. Additionally, the new iPad Pro versions have WiFi 6E and 5G connectivity. Additionally, Apple has stated that the new tablets will receive the iPadOS 16 upgrade later this month.
Starting today, October 18, orders for the new iPad can be placed at apple.com/store and through the Apple Store app in 28 different nations and territories, including India. Starting on October 26, the tablets will be accessible.
The iPad Pro 12.9-inch costs Rs 1,12,900, while the iPad Pro 11-inch costs Rs 81,900 (Rs 96,900 for the cellular model) (Cellular model costs Rs 1,27,900). Although the base model still comes with 128GB of storage, both variants are offered in two finishes: Space Grey and Silver, and can be purchased with up to 2TB of storage.
For Rs 29,900 for the new 11-inch iPad Pro and Rs 33,900 for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, you can purchase the Magic Keyboard in black or white. For Rs 17,900 for the 11-inch model and Rs 19,900 for the 12.9-inch variant, the Smart Keyboard Folio for the new iPad Pro is now offered. For Rs 8,500 for the new 11-inch iPad Pro and Rs 10,900 for the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro, the Smart Folio is offered in three colours: black, white, and marine blue.
Apple iPad 2022 starts at Rs 44,900
Apple also announced the 10th Gen Apple iPad. It is priced starting at Rs 44,900 for the WiFi and Rs 59,900 for the cellular model. New colour options include blue, pink, yellow and silver. The Magic Keyboard Folio is priced at Rs 24,900. Apple also mentioned that it will continue selling the 2021 iPad 9th Gen, starting at Rs 33,900 for WiFi and Rs 46,900 for cellular models. Available to order from today, the tablet will be available in stock from October 26.
The 10th Gen iPad comes with the Apple A14 Bionic chip and a 10.9-inch Retina display. It retains the thick bezels and has no home button. However, the device still uses TouchID, with the fingerprint sensor now on the top-facing unlock button.
There is a single 12MP camera on the back with 4K recording support. On the front the 12MP ultrawide camera has now been moved from the shorter-bezel to the longer bezel, making this officially a device with a primarily landscape orientation, a first for the vanilla iPad series.
The tablet gets WiFi 6 support and 5G for the cellular models. Apple also says the tablet gets all-day battery life, and yes, it charges with a USB Type-C port.
The tablet also supports the new Magic Keyboard Folio. The Magic Keyboard Folio comes with full-size keys, 1mm travel and a trackpad with gesture support. A 14-key function row is also present for quick actions. The Magic Keyboard Folio attaches magnetically to the iPad and requires no charging. The tablet also now supports the Apple Pencil.