Apple unveils its latest iPads

Apple Renews Tablet Range with M4 Processor and Enhanced Video Editing Capabilities

Apple has recently unveiled its new generation processor, the M4, in the new iPad Pro. This marks a complete renewal of its tablet range since 2018 and is not yet included in any of its computers. The company has also updated its Air model, introducing a 13-inch version for the first time, a size previously reserved for Pro models of Apple’s tablets.

During the online presentation, which was pre-recorded and part of Apple’s event dubbed Let Loose, several executives highlighted the professional video and sound editing capabilities of the new iPad Pro. The company continues its strategy to position its top tablets as a complete alternative to laptops, offering power, portability, and the versatility of a touch screen and haptic pen. Notably, the new iPad Pro features an OLED screen and the powerful M4 processor, not yet available in any laptops or monitors from Apple.

The M4 chip is said to be up to 1.5 times faster than the previous generation’s M2 chip, making it a potent chip for AI tasks. Apple has also introduced new iPad Air models featuring the M2 processor and offering 11 and 13-inch options. The iPad Pro starts at €1,199 in Spain while the iPad Air starts at €699 euros online reservation is possible for both models with stores starting next week sale.

Apple has also unveiled new accessories such as the pro version of apple pencil with added functionalities and renewed versions of magic keyboard . In addition to this Apple has introduced new video editing programs Final Cut Pro 2 , music programs Logic Pro 2 with enhanced AI functions . This focus on innovation and performance continues to drive Apples efforts to offer cutting edge products to its customers.

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