With the official release of the new model refreshes of iMac and iPad Pro, Apple’s brand new silicon – M1 Chip powered gadgets are all ready to set the stage on fire. The company has been working on M1 chip for many years and finally, the time is ripe.
The new iPad Pro and iMac are basically computers in different forms, but Apple has made the life of customers easy with these high performing and high efficiency gadgets. Here’s a little sneak peek into the M1 Powered iMac and iPad Pro.
APPLE iMAC WITH M1 CHIP
Apple’s latest iMac refresh is a completely revamped design powered with tech giant’s M1 processor.
It features 4.5K (4,480 x 2,520) resolution on the retina display, with anti-reflective coating and up to 500 nits of brightness.
The display offers Apple’s True Tone technology that automatically adjusts the color temperature as the environment changes for a more natural viewing experience.
Available in 7 different colors, Blue, Green, Pink, Silver, Yellow, Orange and Purple, this M1 powered iMac features an eight-core CPU and options for either a 7 core or 8 core GPU, which boosts the performance by 85%. Additionally, the new 24-inch iMac is available with 8 GB or 16 GB of RAM.
APPLE iPAD PRO WITH M1 CHIP
The 2021 iPad Pro is the first in Apple’s tablet line to include the M1 processor.
The M1 processor is an 8-core CPU that will offer 50% more performance than the previous iPad Pro.
There is also 40% more GPU performance, which allows users to build intricate AR models, use 3D modelling software or play games with console-quality graphics at high frame rates.
The 11-inch iPad Pro is more affordable than 12.9 inch and features the 128GB of storage, Thunderbolt, Wi-Fi, and the option to add 5G network support, all of which varies in price depending on the configuration chosen.
Apple’s self-developed processor and the new display technology is sure to deliver more power to users.
With Apple having control over chips on its new iMac and iPad Pro, the flow of tasks between devices will be spot on. Pre-Book your very own iMac here.
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