The M1 iPad Pro arrives on May 21st alongside the new M1 iMac and Apple TV 4K. You can pre-order the new products at Apple.com or via Amazon...
● 11-inch M1 iPad Pro - $799
● 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro - $1099
● 24-inch M1 iMac - $1258.99 ($40.01 off)
● Apple TV 4K - $179
Take a look at the reviews below!
The all-new 2021 iPad Pro has Apple's latest M1 processor, originally designed for the MacBook Air. The 12.9-inch version also has an incredible Mini LED screen, making it the best thing for watching movies that isn't a TV. But for all that, is it still an iPad? Dieter Bohn reviews.
The M1 iPad Pro is unreal fast... at all the same stuff. Bring on iOS15!
Apple's new iPad Pro borrows the M1 chip from it's new iMacs and Macbook Pros, and the has a mini-LED based on the pro XDR display. That's a lot of features to pack into a tablet, and it let's you use the iPad Pro for some serious work, especially when it comes to photos and videos. But All that hardware comes with a heck of a cost, as much as $2,500 with accessories, and all that hardware prowess feels hampered by iOS, which is still not a desktop-class operating system.
The 2021 version of the hardware is beautiful, perhaps perfected (except for that camera placement) and expensive. And I can't say what Apple's software plans will really do with it. How unleashed the new Pro becomes factors into how much you might want it. Or need it. But at the moment it's a very, very pleasant sports car of a tablet indeed.