Apple’s New iPad Pro Just Dropped so WFH Just Got a Little Bit Easier
Is your work from home setup simply not cutting it? Introducing the brand-new iPad Pro from Apple, which might replace your laptop as your go-to device.
The tech company just debuted not one, but two variations of the 2020 iPad Pro: 11-inch and 12.9-inch. The new tablets have liquid retina displays, built-in scanners, multiple camera lenses and upgraded software, which is supposed to run faster than previous versions.
The devices are not only compatible with other Apple products—like the Pencil—but they’re also programmed to work with the brand’s all-new “Magic Keyboard,” which is scheduled to hit stores in May.
Oh, and did we mention the iPad Pro weighs less than a pound? While weight isn’t a huge issue at home, it’s definitely something to keep in mind for when we return to lugging our laptop to and from the office.
The iPad Pro is currently available online at retailers like Walmart. The 11-inch model retails for $750, while the 12.9-inch tablet costs $950. Both versions have customizable options, including storage capacity (128GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1000GB) and color (silver and space gray).
So, it’s basically a smaller, faster version of our laptop? We sense a justified purchase in our near future.
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