M1 iPad Pro 2021 Unboxing

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The new iPad Pro 12.9-inch for 2021 is the best tablet money can buy.

With top-end power, a fantastic display, and a whole host of new smaller upgrades
Its an all-round experience that makes it a must-have for Apple fans and those who want one of the best tablets around.

If you want the very best tablet money can buy and you’re desperate for a slate that can achieve almost anything you want a computer to, this is likely to be your perfect purchase.
The biggest caveat? It is incredibly expensive, and it’ll be an overwhelmingly large device for those who don’t need a screen this big.

The new Liquid Retina XDR mini-LED display has top brightness levels unseen on other tablets – this can compete with the likes of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S7 Plus, which felt like a major upgrade for tablet screens just last year. Everything from watching movies, and it’ll also suit you well for everyday tasks is an absolute joy.

Then there’s the power – much has been made of Apple’s M1 chipset, and this is the first time the company has included its latest computing prowess in a portable device.

But I guess the question is – do you need it? Probably not, but if you want some truly great power that blows every other tablet out of the water – this is a great choice.

You likely won’t notice this power difference unless you’re intensively gaming, using power-hungry apps that take a lot of grunt work or you’re pushing the tablet to its multi-tasking limits. The new iPad will load apps like YouTube, Netflix and your email faster than before, but that difference is negligible and you’ll notice the real differences when powering up the App Store’s most intensive experiences.

Other upgrades from Apple are less important, but there’s a few other notable tweaks.
There’s a higher storage variant than ever before at 2TB, a new Center Stage camera feature that keeps you in frame on video calls and Thunderbolt 4 support in the USB-C slot.
Those are all great additions, but they’re overshadowed by the display and chipset’s game changing upgrades.

Battery life is solid with us finding the tablet will last around 10 hours of usage from a full charge.
That will fluctuate depending on what you’re doing, but this is solid battery life that you’d struggle to be disappointed by.

All of this comes at a high price, and this is Apple’s most expensive tablet ever.
It starts at $1,099 / £999 / AU$1,649 with prices increasing to $2,199 / £1,999 / AU$3,299 for a 2TB model. That price is even higher if you opt for a cellular version.
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