Apple recently launched the iPad Pro 11-inch along with the iPad Pro 12.9‑inch, 10th generation iPad, and the new Apple TV 4K. The new iPad Pro 11 inch was launched with the latest M2 chip and improved features. Let’s get into the iPad Pro 11 launch in Nepal with what the tablet has to offer.
Overall highlights of the iPad Pro 11
The newly launched iPad pro 11 comes with a diagonal LED-backlit multi-touch display that uses IPS technology. It has 600 nits of maximum SDR brightness with a resolution of 2388*1668 pixels and a refresh rate of 120Hz.
The iPad Pro 11’’ M2 is powered by Apple silicon’s latest M2 chipset. This M2 chipset can carry out 40 percent more operations per second than the M1 SoC. Similarly, the CPU performance is 15 percent faster, through the 8-core CPU and up to 35 percent faster graphics performance with the 10-core GPU.
The iPad is available as a storage variant for up to 16GB RAM and internal storage of up to 2TB internal storage. The device runs on iPad OS 16.
The Ipad features 12-megapixel ultra-wide sensor on the front and at back a 12-megapixel ultra-wide sensor on the front. On the battery side, this 11-inch model gets fueled by a 28.65Whr battery.
The iPad Pro 11’’ M2 supports Wi-Fi 6E connectivity which is Apple’s first device to support Wi-Fi 6E. Similarly, the tablet supports 5G cellular connectivity.
The iPad Pro 11 variants are currently available in online stores as well such as the Evo store or offline rentals as well. For faster purchases, you can immediately visit your easiest convenient store.
At last, talking about the price of Apple’s M2 iPad pro 11 inches starts at a price tag of NPR 1,32,500 for the 128GB variant whereas it goes up to the 512GB variant which cost NPR 1,84,500.