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 New iPad Pros All Set to Unleash in April

Sources in the know-how said that Apple plans to expand the all-new iPad Pros line in April. The pandemic has altered the way in which people used to live their lives before. The Coronavirus pandemic has created the urge for many people to perform their functions from home. With Apple being one of the significant entities in the market, work from home flexibility, as a result, has sent its profits through the roof last year.

According to the sources, the design of the new iPad Pro is asserted to replicate the 11-inch and 12.9-inch Pros released last March. It brings a whole new dimension to photography with the upgraded cameras. The new processor built in the all-new iPad Pros matches the speed of the pM1 chip in Apple’s first mini-LED product.

It is reported that Apple tests the new Line of its iPad with a thunderbolt port, which would keep them intact with the latest Macs with custom-built processors. The current iPad models use the USB-C technology for fast processing but it can oversee a revolutionary change in the next iPad models.

The Thunderbolt connector would also allow for connectivity with additional peripherals, including external monitors and hard drives.

Work from home facilities channelized the demand for advanced electronic products, and Apple benefited from it due to its reach across every state in the United States. The company’s holiday quarter earnings for 2020 interposed an immense hike in the reporting revenue that had shot up to $100 million. The hike is estimated to be at a 21% increase in comparison to the last year’s holiday quarter earnings. Apple’s tablets were an especially top-notch ticket, with the iPad alone reportedly bringing in a whopping $8.4 billion.

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