The new iPad Pro from 2021 will be as powerful as the Mac M1, why?

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2020 iPad Pro.

Apple presented at the end of last year its new commitment to chips with its own ARM architecture for all its computers, in an attempt to unify all its current ecosystems: iPhone, iPad and macOS. In addition, in that presentation event they went so far as to affirm that these new SoCs would be as powerful, or more, than the Intel they have been using for the last 15 years.

As it is, for weeks we have been hearing rumors of the possible arrival of new models on the edge of the iPad Pro. The most expensive and complete tablets of those of Cupertino that already had a last year last year to which they added one more camera sensor and another LiDAR for augmented reality issues, in addition to improving the processor with the A12Z chip. Now, just twelve months later, Apple’s leakers’ lies talk that a fifth generation of these professional tablets is looming.

Two new components in 2021

As you might imagine, few things can change from one year to the next and Apple, which has shortened the shelf life of these Pro tablet models, is going to focus on two very specific components: on the one hand the processor, which will be an A14 Bionic chip like the one carried by all the iPhone 12 of 2020, and on the other the screen, which will bring (finally!) all the advantages of mini LED technology.

Render of the future iPad Pro 2021.

In the first case, the A14 Bionic chip installed by the iPad Pro will come with some improvement over the original SoC. Remember that whenever they reach tablets, Apple increases their performance a little more to give it greater power that, according to those who have had access to its technical characteristics of the 2021 models, will be as powerful as the Mac M1 themselves that the North Americans have begun to market.

The mini LED screen will be another of the great improvements of the iPad Pro of 2021 thanks to a technology that provides higher brightness and better contrast to panel images. Although the design will remain as it was released with the late 2018 models (no buttons, full screen front, rounded corners, square edges and Face ID), its thickness could vary if Apple confirms that it will use these components. Finally, and after the launch of the iPhone 12 with 5G connectivity, Apple would be looking for the hit of effect to launch its first tablets with this technology. Something that, surely, could be the reason to renew a range that usually lasts on average a little over a year and a half in stores.

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