iPad Pro M2 Specs and Details

Apple released the 2022 iPad Pro with an M2 chip. This model has faster performance, better graphics, and a Liquid Retina XDR display. It’s an impressive new release. Here’s everything you need to know about the new iPad model, including price, specs, and where to purchase it.

2022 iPad Pro Overview

The newest iPad Pro is the best tablet device Apple has released so far. It comes with the M2 chip, which adds a new level of performance and versatility to the device. In addition, it has iPadOS 16 and new features like Stage Manager, desktop-class apps, Reference Mode, and more.

Greg Joswiak, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing, said, “The next-generation iPad Pro pushes the boundaries of what’s possible on iPad, bringing even more versatility, power, and portability to the ultimate iPad experience.”

Apple’s M2 chip is what makes the new updates possible. The M2 has an 8-core CPU (which is 15% faster than the M1), a 10-core GPU, and 100GB/s of unified memory bandwidth. As a result, the new iPad 2022 can handle cinema-grade video editing and processing.

Apple has also upgraded the Apple Pencil by adding a “hover” experience. The display will detect the Pencil from 12 mm away and mark where the Pencil will land. Users can use this to preview their Pencil stroke before the Pencil ever hits the display. Apple hopes this new feature will make the illustrating and sketching process easier and more effortless.

iPad Pro Specs and Features

Customers can purchase the 11-inch iPad Pro or the 12.9-inch iPad Pro in Silver or Space Gray. They can also purchase a model with 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB, or 2TB of storage. The basic iPad Pro 11-inch model weighs about 1.03 pounds, and the basic iPad Pro 12.9-inch model weighs about 1.5 pounds. The cellular options weigh 0.01 pounds more than the WiFi-only models.

The 12.9-inch iPad Pro is particularly impressive. Some important features and specs include:

  • Liquid Retina XDR display
  • 2D backlighting system
  • 2732 x 2048 pixel resolution
  • ProMotion technology
  • Fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating
  • Anti Reflective coating

The iPad’s camera also has a range of improvements. It has cinematic video stabilization, continuous autofocus video, playback zoom, lens correction, and more.

Where Can You Buy the iPad Pro?

You can purchase the iPad Pro directly from the Apple website. The 11-inch display starts at $799, and the 12.9-inch display starts at $1,099. The most expensive model is the cellular 12.9-inch display with 2TB of storage for $2,399.

Another option is to purchase the iPad Pro from retailers or carriers. You can also find matching cases, screen protectors, gadgets, and other accessories for the iPad Pro.

Should You Upgrade to the 2022 iPad Pro?

Although the iPad Pro is impressive, the updates are fairly minor when compared to the 2021 iPad Pro. In addition, since Apple has discontinued selling the 2021 iPad, you can pick it up at a more affordable price from retailers.

Overall, the best improvement comes from the addition of the M2 chip. The 2022 iPad Pro is faster, smoother, and more efficient than the previous model. So, if you need maximum performance from your iPad or you use your iPad for work, then getting the 2022 model is the obvious choice. However, if you’re simply looking for an iPad with good features, then the 2021 model is still a great option.

It’s also important to note that you can save money by trading in your older iPhone or iPad models. With Apple’s trade-in program, you can earn up to $500 by trading in your older iPad Pro.

Get an Upsie iPad Warranty

An Upsie warranty protects your iPad from manufacturing defects and accidental damage. For example, with an Upsie warranty, your iPad has coverage from the following:

  • Liquid spills
  • Cracked screen
  • Damage from drops
  • Manufacturing defects
  • Battery failure
  • And more!

In addition, customers can make unlimited claims up to the device’s purchase price. An Upsie warranty for the $799 iPad costs just $102.99 for two years and $179.99 for three years. Upsie also has an industry-low deductible of just $25.

For the best protection at the best price, choose Upsie.

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