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  • Apple M1 chip for next-level performance
  • Brilliant 12.9-inch Liquid Retina XDR display with ProMotion, True Tone, and P3 wide color
  • TrueDepth camera system featuring Ultra Wide camera with Center Stage
  • 12MP Wide camera, 10MP Ultra Wide camera, and LiDAR Scanner for immersive AR
  • 5G for superfast downloads and high-quality streaming
  • Stay connected with ultrafast Wi-Fi
  • Go further with all-day battery life

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Display 12.9-inch Liquid Retina XDR display 11-inch Liquid Retina display 10.9-inch Retina display
Secure authentication Face ID Face ID Touch ID
Chip Apple M1 Chip Apple M1 Chip A14 Bionic chip with Neural Engine
Camera 12MP photos 12MP photos 12MP photos
Video 4K video recording 4K video recording 4K video recording
Apple Pencil Compatibility Apple Pencil (2nd generation) Apple Pencil (2nd generation) Apple Pencil (2nd generation)
Smart Keyboard Compatibility Compatible with Smart Keyboard Folio and Bluetooth keyboards Compatible with Smart Keyboard Folio and Bluetooth keyboards Compatible with Smart Keyboard Folio and Bluetooth keyboards
Connector USB-C connector USB-C connector USB-C connector

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iPad Pro 12.9-inch, 5th Generation (2021)

Display

12.9 inch Liquid Retina XDR display

Capacity

128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB, 2TB

Chip

Apple M1 Chip

Camera and Video

12MP Wide and 10MP Ultra Wide cameras with Smart HDR and 4K video at 24 fps, 25fps, 30 fps, or 60 fps

Front Camera

12MP TrueDepth front camera with Portrait mode, Portratit Lighting and Smart HDR

Battery Life

Up to 10 hours of surfing the web on Wi‑Fi or watching video. Up to 9 hours of surfing the web using a mobile data network

Connector

USB-C

In the Box

iPad Pro, USB‑C Charge Cable (1 metre), 20W USB‑C Power Adapter

Height

280.6 mm (11.04 inches)

Width

214.9 mm (8.46 inches)

Depth

6.4 mm (0.25 inches)

Weight

682 grams (1.5 pounds) Wi-Fi model, 684 grams (1.51 pounds) Wi‑Fi + Cellular models

Apple Pencil

Apple Pencil (2nd Generation)

Release Date

30-May-21

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  • 12.9-inch iPad Pro, USB-C Charge Cable, 18W USB-C Power Adapter
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Undeniably expensive. Undeniably exceptional.
    By Craig Laws on 11 August 2021
    A couple of years ago I wrote a review of my Apple iPad Air Generation 3, which I gave five stars to and expressed how happy I was with it. Spool forward to today, and I would still give it those five stars because that iPad has been magnificent. I’ve adored owning it, done so much on it, and it’s frankly helped keep me sane throughout lockdown while I’ve used it as a media player above my company laptop while I’ve worked from home. In those two years I’ve realised what can and can’t be done on a tablet and seen that while not a total laptop/desktop replacement there is very much a place for a tablet in your life.

    You see, before owning a tablet I struggled to see what the point of them were. I already had an iPhone and I already had a laptop. I didn’t see a market in my life for a tablet, what purpose it would serve. My wife had an iPad Air 2 at the time but I never went near it. Then, we got a puppy. Odd link I know, but bear with me. I spent a couple of months sitting on the kitchen floor while we house trained her and bonded with her. And during this time I started to use my wife’s iPad. I watched a film or two, wrote emails, played games. It opened the door and let me see what a tablet could offer, so I ended up buying one. My review at the time commented on how I debated for a long time whether to buy an iPad Air Gen 3 or the iPad Pro, but I couldn’t justify the increased cost of the Pro so went for the Air. And I’m very glad that I did as it’s been a superb companion. When my wife began to talk about upgrading her Air 2 we again debated long and hard about going for the Air Generation 4 or the iPad Pro 2020. This time we felt we could justify the Pro, however the Air 4 is such a good tablet and very close in specification to the 2020 Pro that we felt it offered much better value and so went with the Air again. As I type this we still have the Air 2, 3 and 4 in the house.

    They’re used heavily as a media player as they have all of the streaming apps on it. Amazon Prime, Netflix, Disney+, Apple TV, Sky Go, BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All4, My5, UKTV Play and YouTube. I regularly have mine on during the day while I’m working, or when we’re sitting out in the garden. It’s no exaggeration to say my wife and I watch more content on our iPads than we do on our OLED TV in the lounge. And then there’s productivity. We have a subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud and to Microsoft 365, meaning that our iPads and laptops all have Photoshop, Lightroom, Premier, Word, Excel and much more. We can start a project on one device and easily pick it up on another. It’s so slick being able to do that. I work from home and I’ll get a notification on my Apple Watch when an email or Hangout request has come through and I respond immediately on my iPad wherever I am. When I am in the office the iPad takes on an even bigger role as I can use it for presentations, or take notes in meetings with the Apple Pencil and convert my scribbles into Word or Notes documents.

    Gaming on an iPad is a dream too. I play some quite resource intensive games such as Street Kart, Real Racing, F1 and Football Manager, and on some I hook up my PS5’s DualSense controller to play them. I can remote access my PS5 too and play games from anywhere direct from my console. And then there are countless other apps I control from my iPad. Phillips Hue lights, Alexa, dozens of security cameras and my Ring doorcam, plus Nest controlling my thermostat and smoke alarms. I appreciate that many of these can easily be done from my iPhone too, but it’s such a nicer experience on a tablet. Between Apple and Amazon those two have allowed me to build a safe, comfortable and entertaining home.

    So that brings me to this review. After 30 months of ownership the time has come to upgrade my beloved iPad Air Gen 3. Not because the Air is letting me down, merely because I could do with more storage space. My Air only has 64GB of storage space, which I wrote in my review was adequate especially if you have an Apple Cloud account, which we do. However, over the last year I’ve gotten heavily into streaming and recording games on my iPad and I’m always running out of space with the big files I’m creating. I decided it was time to upgrade to a device with bigger storage. It again came down to a choice between the iPad Air Gen 4 and the iPad Pro. Only this time the 2021 model was available.

    Available in 11” and 12.9” screen sizes, coming in 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB and 2TB sizes, with Wi-Fi or WiFI + Cellular, and in either Silver or Space Grey colours. At first glance this looks the same as the 2020 model. The headline difference though is that these are the first iPads to be fitted with Apple’s new M1 chip. If you’re not familiar with this it’s Apple’s new core architecture. It’s being rolled out across their Mac range and is now heading to iPads. The performance benefits compared to last year’s iPad Pros are, on paper at least, stark. 50% faster is the claim, and the GPU is a 40% increase in speed. Given that the Pro was already way out in front as the best performing tablet it’s clear that the latest Pro is in a class of its own. That kind of performance doesn’t come cheap though. The cheapest WiFi only 11” model with 128GB starts at £749.00 RRP while the most expensive WiFi + Cellular 12.9” model with 2TB of storage will set you back a thumping £2,149.00 RRP. Is that expense justified?

    It rather depends on what your needs are, and which size of screen you’re going for. It’s easy to miss it, but there is another difference between the 11” and 12.9” models other than the screen size. The screen itself uses a different technology. The 11” uses the excellent Liquid Retina display with 600 nits of peak brightness, however the 12.9” uses the Liquid Retina XDR (Extreme Dynamic Range) display. For clarity, this is Apple’s name for Mini LED. This offers 1,600 nits or peak brightness and a huge contrast ratio. This is the only iPad in the entire fleet that has this screen, and it’s a jaw-dropper. It’s the closest screen you’ll get to OLED, which is a different technology entirely, and seeing it in action against the 11” you can see the difference immediately. While both screens have Apple’s True Tone and ProMotion ability, it’s the XDR screen that is arguably more important a new feature to many people than the M1 processor. Most industry reviews I’ve read agree that it’s a stunner.

    As such, while it’ll make you feel like a rockstar owning the 12.9” Pro, it may well make you feel you’ve been short-changed with the 11” Pro. As the flagship model you’d expect it to have all of the bells and whistles, but it doesn’t. You begin to question whether you need to spend the money on a Pro while the Air Generation 4 exists. Let’s compare the two closest matched devices. An 11” WiFi iPad Pro with 256GB of storage is £849.00 RRP. A 10.9” WiFi iPad Air Gen 4 with 256GB of storage is £729.00 RRP. I’m sitting here with a 12.9” Pro and a 10.9” Air Gen 4 right next to me, and I cannot think of a single compelling reason why I would tell you to go for an 11” Pro over the 10.9” Air 4. Both have the USB-C port (plus Thunderbolt 3 on the Pro) and both are compatible with the brilliant second generation Apple Pencil and Magic Keyboard. The Pro does have four speakers (two on either side of the screen) unlike the Air having just two on one side, but I’d be tempted to save your money and go for the 256GB Air. If you could live with it the 64GB version is £579.00 RRP, but you’ll feel the pinch in storage space.

    But, if you’re looking for the very best tablet….it’s the 12.9” iPad Pro all the way. Yes, it’s hideously expensive. A Macbook Pro is similar money, but you lose the portability of a tablet. A laptop is never a media centre while a tablet becomes an Odeon cinema in your lap. You can do almost all tasks on tablet that you can do on a computer. No tablet is a full replacement for a computer, but the 12.9” Pro is the closest anything has come. People will argue till they’re blue in the face that an iPhone or an Android phone is better, but there is no dispute at all that Apple’s iPads are the best tablets. And the iPad Pro 12.9” is the flagship iPad. It’s bigger, faster, flasher, more capable than any tablet. The only challenge to its desirability is the existence of the excellent iPad Air 4. But if you want the biggest screen, the fastest device and the most complete tablet experience then the iPad Pro 12.9” is the king. The screen is beautiful. The M1 processor exceptional. The Thunderbolt 3 port extremely quick. Paired with an Apple Pencil your workflow is a delight. Teamed with Adobe and Microsoft apps productivity soars. £1299.00 RRP for the 512GB 12.9” Pro is a big wedge of cash, but when I factor in how much I used the Air 3 over the last couple of years I feel that represents justifiable value. I don’t throw around five-star reviews, and I certainly don’t value form over function. I expect a product to be exceptional to warrant five-stars, to do what it’s designed to do without fault or complication and make me feel that my purchase was excellent value. And that’s what the iPad Pro is. Exceptional.
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