According to the latest news, Apple just held its first product launch event of the year. The giant company announced a colorful new iMac and an updated iPad with 5G and the M1 chip that’s also used in Apple’s desktop computers.
The firm also reported an AirTag lost-device tracking gadget and a renewed Apple TV 4K with a brand-new remote.
However, investors didn’t seem to be impressed by the news. The company’s shares declined by nearly 2% after the product event wrapped up.
Tech-maker announced on April 20 said that it will release new high-end iPad Pros that use the company’s M1 chip. Remarkably, it is also used in its Mac computers. Earlier, iPads used A-series chips, which are what powers the firm’s iPhones. According to Apple, it is the most powerful tablet on the market.
Additionally, it includes an improved USB-C connector that will let the iPad connect to higher-resolution monitors and download images from a camera more swiftly.
Moreover, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro features an enhanced screen using an array of LEDs that is brighter. It also has better color resolution than prior displays utilizing a technology called Mini-LED. The iPad Pro will also have a 12-megapixel front camera with an ultrawide lens.
According to the company, some models will include 5G support. The 11-inch model costs $799, while the 12.9-inch model starts $1,099.
Apple launches the next generation of its Apple TV 4K streaming device
The company is rolling out the next generation of its Apple TV 4K streaming device and a new Siri remote.
The remote, which is made from 100% recycled aluminum, has a new pad at the top that customers can click or swipe through to navigate and a dedicated Siri button on the side.
The remote also has a dedicated power button to turn your TV on and off. Remarkably, Apple TV will be available from April 30, with a 32 GB version for $179 and a 64 GB version for $199