Apple Finally Discounts The Latest 2021 11-inch iPad Pro By $50!

11-inch latest iPad Pro

Amazon is currently offering the latest 2021 Apple 11-inch iPad Pro (Wi-Fi, 128GB) for $749 (previously sold for $799). Today’s offer allows you to save directly $50 on the original price.

The ultimate iPad Pro now includes the groundbreaking M1 performance, a stunning XDR display, and superfast 5G wifi. The iPad Pro is the quickest gadget of its kind, thanks to M1. It’s built to take full advantage of M1’s superior image signal processor and unified memory architecture, as well as other advanced performance and unique technologies. And, thanks to M1’s amazing power efficiency, iPad Pro remains thin and light while providing all-day battery life, making it as portable as it is powerful.

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The M1’s 8-core CPU boosts performance by up to 50 percent. And the M1 boasts an 8-core GPU that outperforms the iPad Pro by up to 40% in terms of graphics performance. As a result, you’ll be able to create complex AR models, play games with console-quality graphics at high frame rates, and much more.

With a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio, the Liquid Retina XDR display delivers true-to-life quality, making it ideal for viewing and editing HDR pictures and videos, as well as watching movies and TV shows. It also has a stunning full-screen brightness of 1000 nits and a peak brightness of 1600 nits. P3 broad color, True Tone, and ProMotion are examples of advanced display technologies.

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We employed an array of LEDs across the full back of the display to obtain incredibly high brightness. We employed custom-designed mini LEDs that are 120 times smaller than the previous generation to accommodate them in the extraordinarily thin iPad Pro. Custom optical films and diffusers combine the light more efficiently, allowing it to fit into a 6.4mm-thin design.

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