Apple to launch iPad Pro with mini LED screen this month, report reveals

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-13 09:35:15 IST

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Apple launched the iPad Pro last year but the line-up was not updated due to the Corona transition. Now the company is preparing to launch two new iPad Pro this month. Let's know in detail about the iPad Pro 2021.

Technology giant Apple launched the iPad Pro last year, but the line-up was not updated due to the Corona transition. It is now reported that the company is preparing to launch two new iPad Pro tablets globally this month.  

According to Bloomberg's report, Apple will launch two new iPad Pro tablets globally this month. The mini-LED screen will be given in the top-model of the iPad Pro tablet, which will be 12.9 inches in size. While LCD models will be available in smaller models. Apart from this, not much information has been received.

Earlier Apple device analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that the new iPad Pro tablet could be introduced in the first half of the new year with a mini-LED display. Also, for better performance in these upcoming tablets, a powerful processor similar to M1 chip will be given. For your information, let us know that this is the same chip, which is specially designed for MacBook and Mac Mini.

According to Leaks, the price of the iPad Pro tablet will be kept in the premium range and it can be offered in many color options. At the moment, no information has been given by the company about the launch, price or feature of the iPad Pro 2021.

The starting price of the iPad Pro 2020 tablet in India is Rs 71,900. The iPad Pro 2020 runs on the iPadOS 13.4 operating system. Its special feature is that it has been launched with ultra wide camera, studio quality mic and LiDAR scanner support, which works on depth-to-depth sensing technology. It also has features such as a liquid retina display and augmented reality (AR). It has trackpad support and a 12MP + 10MP rear camera set-up in the back.

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