Title: Apple iPad Pro with ProMotion display
description: Several new gadgets appeared during the Apple Spring Loaded 2021 event. The most recent of these are the iPad Pro models with an M1 processor, which claim to offer 75 times the CPU performance and 1,500 times the graphics performance. This excellent information meant that the interest in this equipment has increased significantly. It's worth mentioning that the new iPad Pro models include enhanced features such as ProMotion displays, 5G support, and Xbox and PS5 support. IPad Pro models will be available for pre-sale from April 30 in 31 countries. The new iPad Pro series will be available in 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB and 2TB models.
IPad Pro models are available in several color variants. Apple iPad Pro has an exclusive 12.9-inch Mini-LED Liquid Retina XDR display with a resolution of 2732 x 2048 pixels and support for ProMotion, True Tone and P3 colors. The smaller model also has a very good display. IPad Pro cameras include a 12MP ultra wide angle lens. What else is known about sensors? The sensors also include Smart HDR 3 powered by ISP and the Neural Engine on the M1 processor. iPad Pro is adapted to support 5G. 5G is a great convenience for users. The internet connection is very stable. Data transfer is very fast and movies and series do not stutter while watching.
The iPad Pro draws its power from the M1 chip in combination with up to 16 GB of RAM. There's also a USB Type-C port with Thunderbolt, USB 4, HDR, and Dolby Vision support. There is also a Pro Display XDR with 6K resolution for better image quality. The new Apple iPad Pro models also support the Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil of the second generation. Apple also supplies a 20W USB Type-C power adapter. Is it worth buying this equipment? Yes of course . It is a very good equipment for learning and remote work. This great device is the perfect gift gadget. The price of this device is quite high, but it is worth paying more for good equipment.
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