Apple's official interpretation of iPad Pro 2022

Apple officially released the iPad Pro 2022 model, equipped with an M2 chip and supporting Apple Pencil hovering operations. The price of the National Bank starts at 6,799 yuan and will be available for ordering from October 20.

Apple officially released an article on the interpretation of iPad Pro 2022.

Apple today announced a new version of the iPad Pro with the M2 chip, combining portability, versatility, and unimaginable power. The new iPad Pro features a new Apple Pencil hover experience and blazing-fast wireless connectivity, a best-in-class mobile display, a pro-grade camera, Face ID, a Thunderbolt port, and a four-speaker audio system. New iPadOS 16 features include pre-stage scheduling, full support for external monitors1, desktop-level apps, and reference mode – further enhancing pro-level workflows on iPad. Under the blessing of advanced hardware and iPadOS 16, iPad Pro has a unique and extraordinary ecosystem of powerful pro-level apps. The new iPad Pro will be available for pre-order on Thursday, October 20th, and will be available on Wednesday, October 26th.

"The next-generation iPad Pro continues to push the boundaries of what's possible with the iPad, further enhancing the ultimate iPad experience that's versatile, powerful, and portable," said Greg Joswiak, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide marketing. A suite of state-of-the-art technologies, including a new Apple Pencil hover experience, ProRes video capture, ultra-fast wireless connectivity, and powerful iPadOS 16 features deliver a unique user experience."

The M2 chip brings a performance that pushes the limits

The M2 chip is a new generation of M-series chips built by Apple, which further brings more breakthrough performance and functions to the iPad Pro, achieves industry-leading energy efficiency performance, and adopts a unified memory architecture and a series of customized technologies.

The M2 chip uses an 8-core CPU, which can increase the speed by up to 15% compared to the M1. Both the performance core and the energy-efficiency core have been optimized and improved, and it is equipped with a 10-core graphics processor, with a speed increase of up to 35%, which can meet the high load The graphics performance requirements of the task. Working in conjunction with the central processing unit and graphics processor, the 16-core neural network engine can perform 15.8 trillion operations per second, which is up to 40% faster than the M1, which means that the iPad Pro can handle all kinds of machines with greater ease of learning assignment. The M2 chip also has a unified memory bandwidth of up to 100GB/s, which is up to 50% higher than the M1, and supports high-speed unified memory of up to 16GB, making multitasking and large-scale material processing smoother2.

The high-performance M2 is powered by even the most demanding high-load tasks: from photographers editing massive photo libraries and designers manipulating complex 3D objects, to healthcare workers' advanced medical imaging and analysis, to gaming Gamers enjoy graphics-intensive games with ease. The unimaginable power of the M2 also includes a new media processing engine and image signal processor, combined with an advanced camera system, allowing users to shoot video in ProRes format for the first time and increase the transcoding speed of ProRes footage by up to 3 times. This means that content producers on-site can shoot, edit and distribute cinema-quality video with just one device.

New Apple Pencil Hover Experience

With the new generation of iPad Pro and iPadOS 16, the hovering function of the Apple Pencil (2nd generation) opens up a new dimension for users to interact with the screen. The Apple Pencil is now detected when it is up to 12mm away from the display, allowing users to preview their strokes before placing them. This helps users improve their precision when creating sketches and drawings, making it easier for them to do whatever they do with the Apple Pencil. Taking Scribble as an example, when the pen tip is close to the screen, the text field will automatically expand, further speeding up the conversion of handwriting input to text. With this new feature, various third-party apps can also bring a new annotation and drawing experience. Detects when the Apple Pencil is up to 12mm from the display, allowing users to preview their strokes before placing them.

Fast wireless connection

The new iPad Pro supports 802.11ax wireless LAN connections, meeting the high-speed connection requirements of users who need to handle heavy workloads anytime, anywhere. Wireless LAN + cellular models that support 5G cellular networks now support more 5G networks around the world, allowing users to quickly access files, communicate with colleagues, and back up data while on the go3.

iPadOS 16 brings unrivaled pro-level features

iPadOS 16 brings major updates to the Messages app, new tools in Mail and Safari, a new Weather app, live text in images and videos, and more new ways to interact, among other things. A powerful productivity feature that further enhances the iPad Pro experience:

The front-end schedule brings a new multitasking experience, and can automatically organize various apps and windows, making it easy to quickly switch between different tasks. Later this year, pre-stage scheduling will fully support external monitors with resolutions up to 6K, allowing users to ideally organize their workspace and run up to 4 apps simultaneously on each iPad and external monitor.

Desktop-grade apps bring a host of new features optimized for the iPad Pro display, making apps even more powerful with new elements and new interaction modes, including system-wide undo and redo, a redesigned find and replace experience, a new version of the Documents menu, a customizable toolbar, the ability to change file extensions and view folder sizes in the Files app, and more.

With Reference Mode, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro with Liquid Retina XDR display meets the demands of workflows such as review approval, color correction, and compositing that demand color accuracy and consistent image quality. This means that pro-level users such as photographers, videographers, etc. can edit HDR images and videos with all the life-like details on this device in their hands; while the cinematographer on the set can follow the final film. Color profiles to preview content.

iPad and the environment

All new iPad models are designed to minimize environmental impact, including the use of 100% recycled gold in the plating of each printed circuit board, a first for an iPad model, as well as recycled aluminum, recycled Tin, recycled rare earth elements, etc. All iPad models meet Apple's stringent environmental standards: high energy efficiency, no mercury, brominated flame retardants (BFR), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), and beryllium. The packaging for the new iPad Pro has been redesigned to eliminate the use of plastic wraps, and 99% of the packaging is fiber-based, taking Apple one step closer to its goal of completely phasing out plastic packaging by the end of 2025.

Currently, Apple has achieved carbon neutrality in its global corporate operations and plans to achieve 100% carbon neutrality in its entire manufacturing supply chain and all product life cycles by 2030. This means that every Apple device sold, from parts manufacturing, assembly, shipping, user use, charging, to recycling of devices and materials, will have a net-zero climate impact.

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