Apple unveils new M4 iPad Pro

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Apple unveils the new iPad Pro with Ultra Retina XDR display powered by OLED technology and M4 chip. Available in 11 and 13 inches.

Apple has unveiled the highly anticipated iPad Pro with a new Ultra Retina XDR display built around OLED technology and powered by the M4 chip. The new iPad Pro lineup is available in two sizes: 11-inch and 13-inch.

Apple says the new iPad Pro is its thinnest device ever, with the 11-inch model measuring 5.3mm in thickness and the 13-inch size coming in at just 5.1mm.

The new 11-inch iPad Pro now weighs only around 400 grams, while the 13-inch model is around 100 grams lighter than its predecessor.

The new iPad Pro introduces the Ultra Retina XDR display, built around a new tandem OLED technology that combines two OLED panels into one for astonishing brightness. Both iPad Pro models can deliver 1000 nits of brightness for SDR and HDR media and peak at 1600 nits for HDR content.

Apple also offers a matte nano-textured glass cover option for the first time on the new iPad Pro's screens, offering creative professionals more flexibility and better screen performance in challenging lighting conditions.

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iPad Pro is powered by the next generation of Apple Silicon, the M4 chip. Built on TSMC's second-generation 3-nanometer process, the M4 chip comes in a new CPU configuration with up to four high-performance cores and six high-efficiency cores. Apple says the M4 chip is up to 1.5 times faster than the M2 processor while consuming half the power for the same performance.

The GPU on the M4 has a 10-core configuration with dynamic caching and hardware-inspired mesh shading and ray tracing. The M4 has a new Neural Engine that can perform up to 38 trillion operations per second. second. The M4 chip also comes with next-generation machine learning accelerators in the CPU and higher memory bandwidth for best AI performance.


The iPad Pro has a new 12-megapixel rear-facing camera setup with a LiDAR scanner and a new adaptive True Tone flash. The new flash uses AI for note scanning to avoid and remove shadows in scanned documents. The front-facing TrueDepth camera and Face ID have been moved to the iPad Pro's landscape edge, providing a more natural video conferencing experience powered by Center Stage.

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