IPad Pro 2021 has now been officially confirmed, and was revealed at Apple’s April 20 event.
The iPad Pro 2021 now features the M1 chipset that we’ve seen deliver some high-performance in the latest MacBook.
In addition, the larger version of the new iPad Pro features a notch display as well as a 12.9-inch Liquid Retina XDR display.
We’ve heard a variety of new details about the upcoming tablet, and below you’ll find everything we know so far about the iPad Pro 2021.
Apple unveiled the new iPad Pro for 2021, and you will be able to get your iPad at some point during May. You will be able to pre-order the new tablet on April 30th worldwide.
The exact release date has not been revealed, so be sure to check back later for more information on that later. We likely won’t know the exact release date until the company opens pre-orders.
Before launch, a leak suggested that iPad Pro 2021 stock would initially be limited. This might be the case, so you might have a hard time purchasing this tablet due to the constant shortage of chips all over the world.
What about the iPad Pro price? It’s $ 799 / £ 749 / AU $ 1,199 for the 11-inch version and $ 1,099 / £ 999 / AU $ 1,649 for the 12.9-inch version. This smaller variant is the same price as the last iPad Pro, while the larger variant is now more expensive for the 2021 addition.
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