Apple iPad Pro 2021 powered by the A14 chipset to be as powerful as the M1-based Mac
Apple has a slew of devices ready for launch this year and among them, it is believed that the company will launch the iPad Pro 2021 this month. Now, a new report has appeared online, shedding light on the performance capabilities.
The upcoming Apple iPad Pro 2021 is expected to be powered by the Apple A14 chipset that powers the company’s new iPhone 12 series. The chipset, made using the 5nm process, will be a major improvement over the A12Z Bionic that powers the current iPad Pro.
Now, Mark Gurman (via PhoneArena) claims that the new iPad Pro will exceed expectations in terms of performance with the A14 chipset. The report indicates that the device will be just as powerful as the M1-powered Apple Mac.
In terms of design, the upcoming iPad Pro is expected to resemble the current models. However, there is a possibility that the device could be thicker if the company chooses to offer a Mini-LED display with improved brightness and better contrast ratios.
It is also said that the upcoming tablet will come with support for 5G connectivity with Sub-6GHz and mmWave networks. Besides that, we also expect better camera performance.
As mentioned above, the 2021 Apple iPad Pro is expected to go official this month, but as of now, there has been no such confirmation or reference from the Cupertino-based giant.