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Apple iPad Pro models with M2 processor

Apple iPad Pro models with M2 processor

iPad Pro from Apple that uses the M2 chip:

Apple has updated the 12.9-inch and 11-inch iPad Pro models with the new Apple M2 processor. The new models also support the Apple Pencil’s hover feature, have better connectivity, and have updated camera features.

The most important change is the move to the new M2 SoC. This new chip is also in the 2022 MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro. It has an 8-core CPU (4x performance cores + 4x efficiency cores) and a 10-core GPU, as well as a 16-core Neural Engine for machine learning and AI tasks. Apple says that the speed of its memory is 100MB/s.

Apple says that the M2 processor is 35% faster for graphics, 40% better for machine learning, and has 50% more memory bandwidth than the M1 processor in the previous iPad Pro.

With iPadOS 16 and a new touchscreen, the new iPad Pro models can also be used with the second-generation Apple Pencil to hover. The Pencil can now be detected up to 12mm above the screen, which can give apps more ways to work. Both first-party apps and third-party apps will be able to use this feature.

The new iPad Pro models have better wireless connections thanks to Wi-Fi 6E, which lets you download things up to 2.4Gbps, which is twice as fast as the old models. On the LTE models, there is also support for Bluetooth 5.3 and 5G, which has been updated.

Display:

Last, the new M2 has given the iPad Pro better camera features, even though the hardware of the camera hasn’t changed. With the new ProRes encoder, iPad Pro models can now directly record videos in Apple’s high-quality ProRes codec and transcode them up to three times faster. Smart HDR 3, which was used by the still camera, has been replaced by Smart HDR 4.

Apple iPad Pro models with M2 processor

iPads are popular with users because they have big screens, so let’s start there. We expected to have two sizes to choose from this year, and we did: 11 inches and 12.9 inches. The bigger iPad has a more advanced screen, just like the smaller ones. So you can choose between the 2388-by-1668p Liquid Retina display or the 2732-by-2048p Liquid Retina XDR display. How do these two things differ? When watching HDR content, the second one has a higher XDR peak brightness that can reach 1,600 nits. It also has a 2D backlighting system with 2596 local dimming zones for the whole array. But it’s interesting that both of the new iPad Pro models support a new Apple Pencil feature called “hover.” When the smart stylus gets close to the screen, the displays can figure out its angle and position.

Design:

The iPads from this year look exactly the same as the iPads from last year. They both have the same smooth, flat chassis. Face ID is used for authentication and security on the iPad Pro because it has the TrueDepth camera, which is only found on the Pro. From 2021 on, you also get the same Silver and Space Gray finish. So, what is different about these new iPad Pro models? Nothing.

Apple iPad Pro models with M2 processor

The screens are the same as they were before. The only difference is the new hover feature on the Apple Pencil. Other than that, the resolution, brightness, and other specs of the display are the same. In the same way, you get the same storage options, rear camera system (with some minor differences in output support), TrueDepth camera, Thunderbolt 4 port, battery life, and other features. So this upgrade is mostly about the change from an M1 processor to an M2 processor.

Other than that, the two iPad Pro models are the same as the ones from the previous generation. The prices are also the same as the last generation, with the 11-inch Wi-Fi model starting at $799 and the LTE model starting at $999. Starting at $1099 for the 12.9-inch model and $1299 for the LTE models. They’ll be for sale starting on Wednesday, October 26.

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