The iPad Pro (2022) was launched in India on Tuesday, powered by the company’s latest M2 chip found on the new MacBook Air model launched earlier this year, along with support for 5G connectivity. The Cupertino company also announced the launch of the new, redesigned 10th generation iPad, powered by the A14 Bionic SoC. The company also unveiled a new Apple TV 4K model with the A15 Bionic chip, which also powers the company’s latest iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus.
On this week’s Gadgets 360 podcast episode Trajectoryhost Akhil Arora Talk to the Executive Editor Jamshed Avari and Review Editor Roydon Cerejo about Apple’s latest iPad and iPad Pro models, as well as Jamshed’s thoughts on the iPhone 14 Pro.
While Apple held a launch event last month titled ‘Far Out’, where it launched iPhone 14″ and iPhone 14 Pro no launch event for iPad Pro (2022)the iPad (2022)and the 2022 version of Apple TV 4K. Akhil asked why Apple didn’t launch these devices last month and Jamshed replied that it could be related to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and many companies have realized that they can make multiple presentations. More creative.
For those present at the event, it’s clear that there won’t be another October event to unveil new Apple iPad models, once Apple has rolled out the iPhone 14 lineup, along with Apple Watch Series 8New Apple Watch Ultra model, and AirPods Pro 2. Those are the products you need to experience in real life, he explains.
Roydon said that the new 10th generation iPad model was expected to replace the previous generation iPad with an older design, but Apple decided to keep it. iPad (in 2021) around. This makes sense, he said, since there’s a big price difference between the 9th-gen iPad and the iPad Air (2022).
While Jamshed points out that the company has increased the price of the 9th generation iPad, which is currently priced at Rs. More than 3,000 more than its previous price, Roydon says the newly launched iPad has a modern design with moderate capacity. Akhil agrees, saying he’s still waiting for a 12.9-inch iPad model that doesn’t come with all the bells and whistles of the iPad Pro models.
The iPad (2022) comes with a notable improvement, that is, Apple adds a USB Type-C port on the tablet. However, if you’re upgrading from an older iPad and want to use the first-generation Apple Pencil, you’ll need to use a Lightning to USB Type-C cable.
Jamshed also points out that the keyboard accessory comes with a full row of functions, while Akhil notes that the iPad models come with a landscape camera. This could be part of Apple’s move to promote the iPad as a productivity device that could be useful for distance learning.
Roydon said that it might make sense for Apple to launch an “SE model” of the iPad mini, which was once an affordable device. Jamshed says he remembers the first-generation iPad mini being sold for around Rs. 15,000 in India, years after the second-generation iPad mini went on sale in India. An iPad priced from Rs. 19,000 to Rs. 23,000 will sell very well, he said, but Apple doesn’t seem to care.
This year, Apple also introduced a new Apple TV 4K model, powered by the A15 Bionic SoC. This is a powerful chipset from 2021 also found on Apple’s latest iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus smartphones. Apple TV 4K (2022) is also available for Rs. 14,900, much lower than the previous model, is priced at Rs. 18,900 when it was launched in India.
We’ve also heard rumors that Apple is working on an extremely affordable stylish dongle-style streaming device that could rival Google’s Chromecast models and Amazon’s Fire TV Stick. However, as Jamshed pointed out, Apple then has to decide how low the price can go, there’s a catch below that the experience doesn’t meet Apple’s standards for its brand. , he added.
Jamshed recently reviewed the iPhone 14 Pro, and this review is available now on Gadgets 360. The biggest change to Apple’s flagship model this year is a new smartphone camera system with a 48-megapixel primary sensor. megapixels and surrounds the new Dynamic Island design. ‘pill and hole punch’ on the screen.
Is Dynamic Island all Apple is advertising? Jamshed says that at this point, it seems like a complete distraction. Whether he’s gaming, scrolling through feeds, or sorting through emails, there’s a constant animated waveform, which really annoys him, he said. However, it disappears on full-screen apps, he said.
For users who really care a lot about photos and videos, the iPhone 14 Pro might be a better choice. For many people spending that much money, the price difference for hosting configurations may be worth considering. On the other hand, iPhone 13 to iPhone 14 could be an upgrade from generation to generation, adds Jamshed.
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