Apple released a new version of its iPad Pros, a complete redesign of the regular iPad, and an updated model of its Apple TV 4K on Tuesday.
The launch offers Apple gadgets before the important Christmas shopping season. In addition, the new tablets will aid in boosting iPad numbers, as they fell 14% in the last holiday quarter of Apple in the previous quarter and 2 percent in this most recently reported quarter.
New iPad Pro With M2 Chip
The 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro received a relatively minimal update in the last few days, bringing the chip M2 and support for the new Apple Pencil hover functionality, Wi-Fi 6E compatibility, and ProRes Video recording.
The brand-new iPad Pro is available to buy now and will go on sale on Tuesday, October 26. For those in the United States, pricing starting from $799 for the model that measures 11 inches. Prices will increase by $1,099 for the 12.9-inch model.
New Apple TV 4K With A15 Bionic Chip and HDR10+ for $129
The Apple TV 4K received an upgrade in spec this week, with new features such as the A15 Bionic chip, HDR10+ video support and with, up to 128GB internal storage and a Siri Remote equipped with a USB-C port of charging, and much more. In addition, the price is now $129, which is lower than the original price.
The brand-new Apple TV is thinner and lighter thanks to its fanless design. It also comes with more capacity. In addition, at minimum, there are 10 new functions and enhancements in the new Apple TV, so be sure to look through our list of features to find out everything new.
iOS 16.1 Launch
iOS 16.1 will be available on October 24, According to Apple. The update has eight essential functions for iPhone users: Live Activities for third-party apps, iCloud Shared Photos Library, Apple Fitness+ without the Apple Watch, and more.
Some previously scheduled iOS 16 features have yet to be released, including Apple’s latest digital canvas application, Freeform, and Emergency SOS via Satellite.
New MacBook Pro and Mac Mini With M2 Pro Chips
Following this week’s announcements about the new iPad Pro, iPad, and Apple TV models out of the way, the focus now shifts to the Mac. Apple is planning to unveil new premium MacBook Pro and Mac mini models equipped with M2 series processors later in the year.
in his latest newsletter in Bloomberg’s newsletter, Mark Gurman said the initial version of macOS Ventura will include support for the new 14-inch and16-inch MacBook Pro models, which is expected to launch sometime in the “near future.” In the case of Mac mini, Gurman had previously stated that models featuring the M2 and M2 Pro chips were being developed and were likely to launch by the close of the calendar year.