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Apple unveils new iPad Pro with M4 chip and Apple Pencil Pro

Apple unveils new iPad Pro with M4 chip and Apple Pencil Pro. Vivid display, powerful chip, and advanced camera system. Available for order now.

iPad Pro 2024 in two sizes in a purple background
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Apple iPad Pro (2024 Model)
11-inch: - $999 13-inch: $1,299
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Apple just welcomed a new iPad Pro to its growing family. The new iPad, equipped with the revolutionary M4 chip and the new Apple Pencil Pro, is set to change how we look at tablets, or not. It’s the same line every year. Will it be any different this year?

The new iPad Pro continues Apple’s tradition of rolling out devices that suspiciously resemble their predecessors in sleekness and thinness. The design ethos appears to be, “If it’s not broken, just make it thinner and call it new.” 

Available in 11-inch and 13-inch models, these tablets feature an Ultra Retina XDR display. With its OLED technology, the iPad Pro delivers vivid colors, deep blacks, and incredible contrast, offering an unparalleled visual experience.

iPad Pro 2024 in two sizes in a purple background
Image: KnowTechie

Under the hood, the M4 chip claims to transform the iPad Pro into a powerhouse. This latest iteration of Apple’s processor pledges improved performance, and better battery life—a combination Apple suggests makes the iPad Pro an indispensable tool for professionals and creatives.

Whether you’re editing high-res photos, running complex simulations, or multitasking between apps, logging onto Forbes.com, the M4 chip ensures seamless operation.

FeatureDetails
ChipM4
DisplayUltra Retina XDR with OLED technology
DesignUltra-thin and light
Battery LifeEnhanced for extended productivity
Sizes11-inch and 13-inch models
AccessoriesApple Pencil Pro, Magic Keyboard

The Apple Pencil Pro got a notable update worth writing home about. The pen features a little sensor that allows intuitive control of line weight, color selection, and tool switching, keeping you in the creative flow.

The iPad Pro’s enhanced camera system promises stunning detail in low light conditions, making it a versatile tool for both professional projects and personal memories. It supports Thunderbolt 3 and USB 4 for high-speed data transfer and connectivity to external displays and accessories.

Two smartphones in purple background, highlighting camera designs.

On paper, this iPad Pro looks pretty impressive. But so did all the others I bought that now live in some desk draw I completely forgot about.

Whether you’re an Apple user or considering becoming one, the new iPad Pro is a game-changer that will redefine your expectations for what a tablet can do.

The new iPad Pro comes in 11-inch and 13-inch sizes, with options for Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + Cellular models.

The 11-inch model starts at $999, and the 13-inch model starts at $1,299. Apple says the iPad Pro is available for order now and will be available in-store starting May 15.

Apple iPad Pro (2024 Model)

The 2024 iPad Pro features improved performance with its M4 chip and an advanced Ultra Retina XDR display, offering robust processing capabilities and a striking visual experience in a sleek, portable design.

What We Like:
  • Enhanced Performance: M4 chip boosts speed for demanding apps.
  • Superior Display: Ultra Retina XDR offers vivid colors and contrasts.
  • Portability: Sleek, lightweight design for easy mobility.
  • Battery Efficiency: Longer life for extended productivity.
11-inch: - $999 13-inch: $1,299
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Kevin is KnowTechie's founder and executive editor. With over 15 years of blogging experience in the tech industry, Kevin has transformed what was once a passion project into a full-blown tech news publication. Shoot him an email at kevin@knowtechie.com or find him on Mastodon or Post.

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