When Apple released its iPad Pro last year, it came with a ton of new and worthwhile upgrades: dual cameras, a LiDAR scanner, trackpad support with iPadOS, and a new chipset. But the same can’t be said for this year’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
The latest iteration of Apple’s workhorse tablet only brings along its M1 chip, a mini-LED display, and an upgraded front-facing camera with a new feature for video calls. And neither of those new additions makes all that much of a discernible difference when using the iPad Pro as a regular tablet on a daily basis. Read more…
Stunning mini-LED display • Powered by Apple’s M1 chip • Fast performance • Upgraded front-facing camera
Heavier than previous model • Pricey • Lack of Portrait mode on rear cameras
The new 12.9-inch iPad Pro is proof that Apple can deliver yet another powerful tablet. But its incremental updates aren’t worth the upgrade.