Early this morning, Apple introduced new products such as iPad Pro and iMac at the spring conference, all of which are equipped with M1 processors.
Among them, the iPad Pro uses a mini LED display as desired. The peak brightness of 12.9 inches can reach 1600 nits, which is more than twice that of the previous version and 11 inches.
In terms of price, the 11-inch version is a Liquid retina display, which starts at $799; the 12.9-inch version is a Liquid retina XDR display, which starts at $1,099.
Through comparison, we can see that other changes of the 2021 iPad Pro include a USB-C interface that supports Thunderbolt 4, and a proactive upgrade to 12 million pixels.
Of course, there is one more change worth paying attention to. The M1 processor iPad Pro can choose 8GB or 16GB RAM, of which 128GB, 256GB, 512GB storage capacity is 8GB RAM, and 1TB and 2TB are 16GB.
For the time being, it is not clear how to choose large memory for small capacity. I am afraid that China’s Huaqiangbei will have a private approach. The 2021 iPad Pro will be available for pre-order on April 30 and will be on sale in mid-to-late May.