Here Is Our Tidbits Roundup On The New iPad Pro And MacBook Pro Updates

Yesterday, Apple debuted the new MacBook Air, powered by Intel's 10th-generation Core processors and uses high-frequency memory of 3733MHz LPDDR4X. The company has also released new iPad Pro models, which featured with an A12Z bionic chip, dual-lens camera + LIDAR scanner, as well as sleek-looking Magic Keyboard with Trackpad on it. Here, we have rounded up some the tidbits that were discovered recently:

  • Like the iPhone 11 series, the new iPad Pro already supports WiFi 6, which is the 802.11ax standard
  • However, the new MacBook Air only supports WiFi 5, which is the 802.11ac standard
  • Meanwhile, MacBook Air's front-facing camera is still in the 720p resolution
  • Thanks to Intel's Integrated Graphics, this time the MacBook Air is capable of supporting 6K displays, including Apple's own Pro Display XDR
  • The Apple logo on the back of the iPad Pro’s new Magic Keyboard is horizontal
  • The new iPad Pro models all comes with 6GB of RAM and Apple ’s Ultra Wideband chip
  • Upcoming Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro offering pass-through USB-C charging for accessories
For availability, the 11-inch iPad Pro starts at $799 and the 12.9-inch starts at $999, and you can order it online right now through or the Apple Store. Meanwhile, Magic Keyboard will be available for purchase in May for $299 for the 11-inch iPad Pro and $349. for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The all-new MacBook Air starts at $ 999 in the United States with 256GB of storage

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