New iPad Pro Looks Like Apple’s Best And Thinnest Gaming Console Yet

Apple Unveils Sleek New iPad Pro Models with OLED Display

Apple recently announced the latest additions to its iPad Pro lineup, introducing powerful new tablets that boast a slim form factor and impressive hardware capabilities. The standout feature of these 2024 models is the adoption of OLED screens, available in 13 and 11-inch sizes. The display offers up to 1,000 nits of peak full-screen brightness and reaches a maximum of 1,600 nits for HDR content.

The new Apple iPad Pro

In a notable design change, the front-facing camera is now positioned in landscape mode, enhancing the convenience of video calls on the device. The iPad Pro comes with a base storage capacity of 256GB and is powered by Apple’s latest M4 chip, promising a 50% increase in performance compared to the previous M2 chip.

Apple has been expanding its library of AAA games available to users, with titles like Resident Evil Village and Death Stranding: Director’s Cut now accessible on select devices. The M4 chip is said to deliver equivalent performance to the M2 chip while consuming only half the power, as reported by The Verge.

With the combination of the OLED display and powerful chip, the new iPad Pros are poised to offer an exceptional mobile gaming experience, thanks to their lightweight and slim design. The 13-inch model measures just 5.1mm in thickness, while the 11-inch variant is slightly bulkier at 5.3mm. Additionally, the iPad Pro serves as a versatile tool for creative endeavors, as Apple introduces a new Apple Pencil with added features like a squeeze sensor and gyroscope.

Anticipated to hit the market on May 15, the new iPad Pros come with a premium price tag, starting at $999 for the 11-inch model and $1,299 for the 13-inch version.