The new iPad Pro upgrades the Apple Pencil hover experience

Apple recently launched the 2022 iPad Pro, which is strongly supported by the M2 chip. The new iPad Pro upgrades the Apple Pencil hover experience, supports ProRes video capture, and blazing-fast 802.11ax Wi-Fi connectivity, and brings the power of iPadOS 16.

This time, Apple did not announce the launch in advance and directly released the new iPad Pro in the form of press releases and videos. There have been previous signs that Apple's 2021 iPad Pro has experienced a significant delay. Now some netizens say that the 2021 iPad Pro that they recently purchased has not been shipped, and Apple has upgraded it to the iPad Pro 2022 for free, and the M1 chip has been directly changed to the M2 chip.

Apple said, "Apple recently released the all-new iPad Pro. Since your order hasn't shipped, your order is automatically upgraded to the new 11-inch iPad Pro Wi-Fi Model 128GB - Space Gray but will have to wait until 2022. It will not be shipped until it goes on sale on October 20." The starting price of the new 11-inch iPad Pro is 6,799 yuan, and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro starts at 9,299 yuan, an increase of 600 yuan and 800 yuan respectively compared with the previous generation.

Apple says the new iPad Pro with the M2 chip supports a new Apple Pencil hover experience and ultra-fast wireless connectivity, with 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 monitors, desktop-grade apps, and reference mode - further enhancing pro-grade 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 order starting Thursday, October 20th, and will be available starting Wednesday, October 26th.

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