Apple just updated their iPad Pro lineup earlier today and now, it comes with a more powerful M2 chip inside. The M2 chip can previously be found on the 2022 Macbook Air and finally, they brought it on the iPad Pro. Now, some people might think that this is too overpowered for a tablet like this. Well, Apple has finally announced some apps that can maximize its power including DaVinci Resolve and also Octane.
The new M2 chip of the iPad Pro promises to bring faster graphics and machine learning performance and of course, a better memory bandwidth which is why the pro apps are coming to the iPad Pro. You can also expect a better gaming performance on this tablet as well.
Aside from that, the new iPad Pro will now support Pencil hover for the 2nd generation Apple Pencil which will be useful for some applications. Other features include WiFi 6E and also support for 5G on cellular models. The iPad Pro will also come with ProRes encoder and it can now record up in ProRes codec thanks to the powerful chip inside the tablet.
The iPad Pro starts at Php55,990 for the 11-inch and Php75,990 for the 12.9-inch.