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Practical with the new iPad Pro M4 OLED

Today is the official launch day for the new iPad Pro models, and these updated tablets mark the biggest feature and design refresh we’ve seen for the ‌iPad Pro‌ in several years. We purchased one of the new 13-inch models to check out all the new features.

As for design, Apple still offers 11-inch and 13-inch size options and the look hasn’t changed much, but the bezels are thinner and the iPads themselves are super thin. The 13-inch ‌iPad Pro‌ is the thinnest device Apple has ever made to date at 5.1mm, while the 11-inch ‌iPad Pro‌ measures 5.3mm.

With the 13-inch model weighing just over a pound, the decrease in weight and size is noticeable and makes it much more portable. The 11-inch model weighs less than a pound, so it’s even easier to transport. This is a design change you’ll experience if you’ve used an ‌iPad Pro‌ 2018 or later.

The OLED screen is, unsurprisingly, super nice. It’s bright, the colors are vibrant, the blacks are incredibly black, and the contrast is much improved. The mini-LED screen on the previous generation 13-inch ‌iPad Pro‌ was good, but this one is better. Still, if you own that one, it’s probably not worth upgrading to OLED. Nano-texture, an add-on option for high-end models, reduces glare, but it also diminishes the OLED display a bit due to the matte finish.

Apple moved the camera to the landscape edge of the ‌iPad Pro‌, which makes perfect sense since most people probably use it in that orientation. Video calls no longer require placing the iPad in an awkward position if a keyboard is connected. Note that Apple removed the Ultra Wide camera, so there is only one wide lens and a LiDAR sensor.

The M4 chip is incredibly fast, fast enough that it’s likely that most people who buy an ‌iPad Pro‌ won’t be able to take full advantage of its capabilities. It will be difficult to max out this chip, and it will handle audio and video editing with ease. Apple is focusing heavily on AI with its new OS updates, so these AIs can take advantage of this processing power, and this will be useful for future sustainability.

If you want to use the ‌iPad Pro‌ for anything that involves typing, the Magic Keyboard is a must-have. Its price starts at $299, but it’s thin, light, and the aluminum palm rest makes it feel like a Mac. Key travel is good and the glass trackpad is a major improvement.

For Apple Pencil users, the haptic feedback of the ‌Apple Pencil‌ Pro is the most notable change. With the tap gesture, you can change tools faster and get more feedback when creating sketches and artwork. Barrel Roll also lets you use the ‌Apple Pencil‌ more as a real writing or drawing tool. The ‌Apple Pencil‌ charges magnetically and pairs automatically, like previous versions.

The only real downside to the ‌iPad Pro‌ is the software it runs. iPadOS is still limited compared to macOS, especially for multitasking and application functionality. Federico Viticci’s recent article on the iPadOS basics that Apple gets wrong is well worth reading. Still, some workflows are adaptable to the ‌iPad Pro‌, and it’s a great portable machine. If you are a person who can use a tablet, this is the best you can get.

News Source : www.macrumors.com
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