Apple has officially announced the iPad Pro models with M1 processors, which it has been working on for a long time.
As you know, it was claimed that Apple would launch an iPad Pro model with A14X processor at the Spring Loaded event. But with the event held today, the technology giant, announcing its new iPad models, cut everyone in the opposite corner and updated the new iPad models with the M1 processor. So, what innovations do iPad Pro models with M1 processors offer to users? Let’s take a closer look at the new iPad Pro models that stand out with Apple’s features.
IPad Pro Features with M1 Processor
The new generation iPad Pro models come in two different screen sizes, 11 inches and 12.9 inches. On the screen side, the 11-inch model comes with Liquid Retina, while the 12.9-inch iPad Pro model has the Liquid Retina XDR panel. Coming with mini LED technology, this Liquid Retina XDR screen also hosts a contrast ratio of 1,000,000: 1 and a maximum brightness of 1600 nits.
Although the new models have some innovations on the screen side, the biggest innovation of the models is the M1 processor. As you know, Apple first used ARM-based M1 processors in Mac models. Now, the technology giant, which includes M1 processors running fanless in new iPad models, promises a high-level tablet experience to users.
This chip, which has 4 performance cores and 4 efficiency cores, also includes an 8-core GPU. It also impresses with the new generation processor performance that comes with the 16-core Neural Engine, so to speak.
In this section, Apple shares some of the performance data of the new generation iPad Pro with users, and says that the new iPad Pro performs 50 percent better on the CPU and 40 percent on the GPU side compared to the previous generation. In terms of design, the new iPad Pro, which come with almost the same design as the previous generation, also stand out with 16 GB of RAM, 2 TB of storage, Thunderbolt and 5G support.
As for the camera part, we are greeted by a 12 MP Face ID camera with f / 2.4 aperture in the new models of the series. This selfie camera offers users a 122-degree viewing angle.
In addition, the new iPad Pro, which comes with a dual camera system, includes 12 MP wide-angle main and 10 MP ultra wide-angle cameras. These cameras, on the other hand, are capable of recording 4K 60 FPS video as well as 2x optical and 5x digital zoom.