Apple introduces the “supercharged” iPad Pro and “fully revamped” iPad.

While some updated models of current gadgets just add a few new functions, Apple claims that the just-announced 10th-Gen iPad has undergone a complete overhaul. Additionally, a “supercharged” 6th-Gen iPad Pro was presented by the business.


The new iPad has a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display that reaches all the way to the corners of the gadget, which is first (and perhaps foremost? With this configuration, an iPad that is “roughly the same size as the previous model” has a larger screen. The display has a resolution of 2360 x 1640 pixels, a brightness of 500 nits, and True Tone technology, which automatically adjusts the white point of the image based on the color and brightness of ambient light.

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The inclusion of Apple’s A14 Bionic chip, which promises a 20% increase in CPU speed and a 10% improvement in graphics performance, is another noteworthy new feature. Apple claims that the new iPad is up to five times faster than the most popular Android tablet thanks to the chip. Additionally, it is stated that the 16-core Neural Engine in the A14 Bionic will increase machine learning capabilities by up to 80%.

There are four color options for the iPad: blue, pink, yellow, and silver.
There are four color options for the iPad: blue, pink, yellow, and silver.
In order for consumers to stare virtually directly into the camera when FaceTiming or filming videos, Apple placed the 12-megapixel, 122-degree front camera to the device’s edge in landscape orientation. The improved 12-megapixel wide-angle back camera can record 4K video at up to 240 frames per second in slow motion.


The new iPad supports Wi-Fi 6, which offers connections that are up to 30% faster than those of the previous generation in terms of connectivity. The gadget can reach peak speeds of up to 3.5Gbps with cellular versions that enable 5G, and a USB-C connection offers a variety of peripherals and quick charging when used with higher power charging adapters.

One of the available accessories is the brand-new Magic Keyboard Folio. It magnetically connects to the tablet’s Smart Connector and has full-size keys, a sizable trackpad, and multitouch input support. This indicates that the iPad serves as the device’s only source of power and data, negating the need to pair or charge the keyboard.

Starting on Tuesday, October 18th, customers can order the 10th-generation iPad in four colors for $449. Stores will start stocking it on October 26.

With download speeds of up to 2.4Gbps, the new iPad Pro is the first Apple gadget to include Wi-Fi 6E.
With download speeds of up to 2.4Gbps, the new iPad Pro is the first Apple gadget to include Wi-Fi 6E.
The new 6th-Gen iPad Pro is now equipped with Apple’s M2 CPU, which may appeal to those looking for a little extra punch. The latter has a 10-core GPU that offers up to 35% greater graphics performance, and an 8-core CPU that is up to 15% quicker than the M1s. According to Apple, the M2’s 16-core Neural Engine can execute 15.8 trillion operations per second—40% more than the M1—making the iPad Pro apparently “even more powerful when tackling machine learning tasks.”

The iPad Pro adds expanded capability for the 2nd-Gen Apple Pencil and works with the Magic Keyboard Folio. A preview of the user’s mark will appear on the tablet’s Liquid Retina display when they hold the stylus-style drawing tool up to 12 mm above the screen. With this feature, according to Apple, “users can sketch and illustrate with even better precision, and everything they do with Apple Pencil is made much more effortless.”

Prices for the 11-inch and 12.9-inch screen sizes of the 6th-generation iPad Pro start at $799 and $1,099, respectively. They are available for pre-order as of this Tuesday and will be available in stores as of October 26th, just like the regular iPad.


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