A new processor, 5G, a promising camera, Thunderbolt and… a high price tag.
You’re at home. You reach for a computer. You’re working from home. What do you use? Based on my home, it’s whatever’s available. For Apple, the equation keeps changing: Between Macs and iPads, there are two versatile but different platforms at play. But they now share the same processor: Thefrom the 13-inch MacBook Pro, Mac Mini and is also in the new iPad Pro, as shown at the .
This sounds like a huge leap toward the, much like for years, but in reality the with its previous processor. What’s held the iPad Pro back is its software, which also limits how external devices like displays and external storage can be used. The newest iPad Pros sound like incredibly powerful race cars. But they’re also priced that way.