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The new iPad Pro will be in two sizes.  It equals the performance of computers

The new iPad Pro will be in two sizes. It equals the performance of computers

As usual with Apple, the prices of the new iPad Pro are ranked not only according to screen size, but also according to storage capacity and connectivity – there will be a choice between a model with a 5G module and without.

The appearance of the novelty is similar to the previous generation iPad Pro, but everything has changed inside. By following the example of computers with the delicious apple logo, we find the Apple M1 chip in its gut. Thanks to that, the performance should be sufficient to run all modern games, it is even possible to connect game controllers from Xbox and PlayStation to an iPad.

Apple iPad Pro (2021)

Photo: manufacturer’s archive

Thanks to the new M1 chip, iPad Pro is up to 50% more powerful than the previous generation, graphics are up to 40% faster and storage capacity is twice as high. 128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB, 1 TB and 2 TB storage space is available.

Historically, iPads have always had worse cameras than iPhones. But this is the end of the new generation. The new iPad Pro is said to have the same camera quality as the iPhone 12, so streaming platforms can shoot directly on it in the field without having to download the video before editing from iPhone to iPad.

The new iPad Pro

Photo: manufacturer’s archive

The basic version of the 128 GB iPad Pro with an 11-inch screen costs 22,990 CZK, and in the presence of the 5G module, the manufacturer charges an additional 4,000 CZK. With the increase in storage capacity, the price has also risen sharply, so the more equipped variant already costs 57,790 CZK.

The 12.9-inch version will, of course, be more expensive. Prices start at 30,990 CZK, but can easily go up to 65,790 CZK.

Apple iPad Pro (2021)

Photo: manufacturer’s archive