For those who have been waiting for Apple’s next-gen tablets, the iPad Pro 2020 is finally here. Here’s what buyers need to know about the latest gadget from the iconic American brand.

iPad Pro 2020 Release Date

Apple announced the iPad Pro 2020 models on March 18, according to Tech Radar. However, the company’s physical store remains closed to this day due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This means that, at the moment, buyers can only place their orders via Apple’s online store.

The iPad Pro 2020 release date was yesterday, March 24. However, the company’s online stores will start its first delivery today, March 25.

iPad Pro 2020 Price

The iPad Pro 2020 comes in two screen sizes, the 11-inch, and the 12.9-inch versions. There are four options for the 11-inch variant with varying storage capacities as well as another four options for the 12.9-inch variant.

The lowest-priced variant for the iPad Pro 11 has 128GB of storage and is priced at $799. The price gradually increases the higher the storage capacity of the device is. For instance, the 256GB device costs $899 while the 512GB costs $1,099. The most expensive 11-inch iPad Pro 2020 as 1TB of storage and is priced at $1,299.

Meanwhile, the lowest priced 12.9-inch model costs $999 and has 128GB of storage. The 256GB version costs $1,099 while the 512GB option has a price tag of $1,299. The 1TB iPad Pro costs $1,499.

Magic Keyboard Not Yet Available

One of the biggest upgrades to with the iPad Pro 2020 is the Magic Keyboard. With its own trackpad, many fans are looking forward to a “proper” typing experience as many believe that the accessory will push the iPad Pro closer to the MacBook in terms of functionality.

Unfortunately, fans will have to wait a bit longer to get their hands on the accessory. The Magic Keyboard was not launched simultaneously with the iPad Pro but will reportedly be arriving in a few months.

Specs and Features

Under its hood, the iPad Pro 2020 is powered by the new A12Z Bionic chipset. The gadget’s back camera assembly has been upgraded as it now contains two sensors, a 10MP (f/2.4) and a 12MP (f/1.8). The tablet also features a depth-sensing LiDAR sensor.

Both the 11-inch and the 12.9-inch models have screens with a 120Hz refresh rate. Coupled with the TrueTone technology, the screen offers sharp and vibrant yet silky smooth video output.

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