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iPad Pro processor rumored to be on par with Apple M1

iPad Pro processor rumored to be on par with Apple M1

Apple has so far enjoyed great success with its own silicon. Even before the Apple Silicon and its first M1 iteration, Apple's A chips have been running circles around their Qualcomm rivals, at least in some benchmarks. With the Apple M1 for Macs, Apple took it to the next level but it definitely won't be stopping there. Apple might be launching the new iPad Pros really soon and at least one industry analyst claims that it could rival even the M1 Mac in terms of processor performance.

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The first new iPad of the year tipped for March

The first new iPad of the year tipped for March

The first new iPad of the year is expected to be revealed in March of 2021. It's been suggested that the first new iPad will be a 2021 iPad Pro refresh, and that it'll be released right alongside the long-awaited wireless tracking accessory Apple AirTags. The iPad Pro 2021 will likely look a whole lot like the otherwise most-recent iPad release, giving it flat edges and a rounded-corner square for a camera housing.

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Twelve South ParcSlope raises MacBooks, iPads to ergonomic heights

Twelve South ParcSlope raises MacBooks, iPads to ergonomic heights

The past months have made laptops and even tablets stars of the home show, saving businesses and organizations everywhere by empowering people to work at home or anywhere else outside the office. That, however, has also put a spotlight on home office setups, from the importance of dedicated workspaces to the need for good ergonomics. It's sometimes mind-blowing how the latter can actually be achieved by a simple but well-designed stand, and that's exactly what Twelve South is promising with its redesigned ParcSlope stand for Macbooks and iPad Pros.

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iPad Pro 2021 leaked as first 5G tablet from Apple

iPad Pro 2021 leaked as first 5G tablet from Apple

This week we're getting our first look at the next generation in top-tier Apple iPad Pro action. The iPad Pro 2021 appears here in renders based on leaked schematics, showing the 12.9-inch display, the power button, the cameras, and the potential for including both Face ID and Touch ID login options. This device would appear to continue to follow the design guidelines of the otherwise most-recent iPad devices, including a USB-C port and flat edges all around.

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The first iPad of the year tipped for 2021

The first iPad of the year tipped for 2021

News of the first iPad release of the year for 2021 was revealed over the weekend. This first Apple tablet of the year is tipped to be an iPad Pro of the 12.9-inch variety. This might well be the first iPad Pro with a mini-LED display, delivering a very early high point in the year's offerings from Apple.

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2021 iPad Pro is worth the wait: Here’s why

2021 iPad Pro is worth the wait: Here’s why

Apple iPad turf is overly saturated. If you are in the market for an iPad this holiday season, there are a few options you can instantly close on. For a certain set of users, there is the A12Z Bionic chip-powered 2020 iPad Pro. Then is the recently introduced iPad Air that dishes out ruthless performance and is high on substance. For the budgeted buyer, the fifth-generation iPad Mini is a suggested option. To add to choices, Apple is already working on the next edition of the iPad Pro with improved display, power, and 5G connectivity, and it is slated for an early 2021 release.

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2021 iPad Pro could have custom Apple mmWave 5G module

2021 iPad Pro could have custom Apple mmWave 5G module

Although it's difficult to top the waves that Apple made with its M1 Silicon this year, its early 2021 device lineup won't be slouches either. There will be new iPad Pros that will use a new display technology but that might not be its only claim to fame. According to the latest tip, these high-end iPads won't just have 5G support nor just mmWave 5G even. They will, in fact, be the first to test Apple's in-house 5G antenna-in-package or AiP.

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iPad Pro could switch to OLED screens in late 2021

iPad Pro could switch to OLED screens in late 2021

The tablet market has seen consistently positive figures, mostly in thanks to Apple and the iPad Pro's rapid development pace. The company's prosumer tablet seems to undergo big changes every iteration, even when those changes aren't exactly visible to the naked eye. Case in point will be the iPad Pros coming next year which have already been rumored to be moving to mini-LED displays. That might be a short-lived change, however, as there are now reports that Apple will again switch display technologies before 2021 is over.

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Major Fortnite feature updates – Unreal Engine 5, 120fps, Xbox Series X

Major Fortnite feature updates – Unreal Engine 5, 120fps, Xbox Series X

Fortnite is at a major turning point as it reaches into the next generation of home gaming consoles and transitions to the next edition of Unreal Engine. Epic Games' own Lead Console Programmer Ben Woodhouse spoke up this week about the future of one of the most popular games in the world.

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iPad’s next secret weapon may guide the industry in 2021

iPad’s next secret weapon may guide the industry in 2021

The next major innovation in display technology will likely appear on an iPad in 2021. The most recent report on the manufacturing of the technology came from sources with knowledge on LG Display, who'll apparently supply Apple with mini LED backlight LCD panels. What's this mean for the rest of the smart device industry?

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iPad Air (2020) upgrade: 5 thinking points before you buy

iPad Air (2020) upgrade: 5 thinking points before you buy

The latest iPad Air was made available for purchase at Apple here in late 2020 - today we're going through the details. This iPad Air (2020, 8th gen) will cost you approximately $600 if you buy it all at once, and it delivers a look and an experience quite similar to that of the iPhone 12 - so what's the big difference? If you already own an iPad, why should you consider buying a new device now?

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Photoshop, Illustrator on iPad gets live streaming feature

Photoshop, Illustrator on iPad gets live streaming feature

For years, it seemed that Adobe was mostly ignoring the rising popularity of Apple's iPads as creativity tools even when the first iPad Pros came out. Its apps for the large slates paled in comparison to its popular desktop software and has allowed competitors like Procreate to become household names in that market. It is slowly but surely trying to make up for lost time by adding what has become a rather popular feature among digital artists, the ability to stream their work to an online audience.

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