Apple has announced a new iPad Pro model that has a LiDAR scanner which supports the trackpad for the iPadOS (releasing on March 24) for the first time. The new iPad Pro 2020 completely re-imagined for the iPad, which will be available with the iPadOS 13.4. It retains a Liquid Retina display with two sizes. Moreover, the iPad Pro 2020 model has an A12Z Bionic chipset and provides up to 10 hours of battery life.
According to Apple, the new iPad Pro model is “more powerful than most Windows PC laptops. Its price starts at Rs. 71,900 with Silver Gray and Silver color options.
Apple iPad Pro 2020: At a glance
The iPad Pro 2020 model comes with Liquid Retina display with 11-inch and 12.9-inch display sizes with up to 120 Hz for ultra-smooth scrolling. It has a new Magic Keyboard that can be enhanced to give the iPad a more laptop-like work experience. The new model features a trackpad which is first for any iPad keyboard. Besides, the new model also offers an Apple Pencil.
Apple suggests, “When users move the finger over the trackpad, the pointer elegantly transforms the contents of the user interface to form elements”.
It comes with a triple rear camera system
This new Apple iPad Pro model offers a ‘Pro camera system’ coupled with a 12MP wide camera, a 10MP ultra-wide sensor. The third sensor comes with a LiDAR that feels depth and for AR use. Further, the LiDAR scanner capable for measure distance to surrounding objects up to 5 meters. This camera setup also supports more rich AR applications.
iPad Pro 2020: Internals
The new iPad Pro is powered by the company’s A12Z Bionic chipset; you can edit 4K video, 3D model designing and other contending work as well. In terms of battery, it can provide up to 10 hours of battery life.
As for connectivity, the new iPad gets gigabit-class LTE, fast Wi-Fi connectivity, and has five studio-quality microphones.
Price and availability destination
The new iPad Pro model price starts at Rs. 71,900 for the iPad Pro 11-inch display size while the 12.9-inch model gets price Rs. 89,900. They are available in the US via online stores and hit offline outlets next week. However, availability in India has not yet been made, according to Cupertino-based company it will be ‘available’ soon.