Apple completely renewed its line of tablets. “We’re excited to introduce our most advanced iPad lineup to date,” Apple CEO Tim Cook said on Twitter on Tuesday. The iPhone lineup announced a total of three new models in its tablet line: two Pro models with the new M2 chipset system and a completely redesigned iPad. It now also comes in the angular design of previous Pro models and has USB-C connectivity.
Unlike previous iPad offerings, Apple didn’t hold an event on Tuesday, but only updated the website. The online store had previously taken a good two hour hiatus to add the new offers.
Cook wrote on Twitter that the 10th generation iPad now has an important update. The M2 system enhances the performance of iPad Pro to unleash user creativity and increase productivity.
The two iPad Pro models are no different from the previous two, which were introduced in April 2021. They are still available in variants with screens of 11 and 12.9 inches. The entry-level iPad will be available in four colors: blue, pink, yellow, and silver. Powering the inside is the A14 Bionic chip, which is also used in the fourth generation iPad Air and was previously used in the iPhone 12. This makes the iPad five times faster than similar Android tablets from Google.
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