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Help for the following Apple tablets:

  • iPad Pro (6th Generation) 12.9″ and 11″ released 2022
  • iPad Pro (5th Generation) 12.9″ and 11″ released 2021
  • iPad Pro (4th Generation) 12.9″ and 11″ released 2020
  • iPad Pro (3rd Generation) 12.9″ and 11″ released 2018
  • iPad Pro (2nd Generation) 12.9″ and 10.5″ released 2017
  • iPad Pro (1st Generation) 12.9″ and 9.7″ released 2015
iPad Pro


iPad Pro 5th generation (2021)

The 5th generation iPad Pro, released in 2021, is a powerhouse of a tablet.

With its M1 chip, it offers performance that rivals many laptops. Its Liquid Retina XDR display on the 12.9-inch model is stunning, offering incredible brightness and color accuracy.

The 11-inch version is no slouch either, with a beautiful display.

The introduction of Thunderbolt and 5G connectivity takes its versatility to the next level. The Apple Pencil and Magic Keyboard support enhances productivity and creativity. It’s a device for professionals, artists, and anyone looking for top-tier performance in a tablet.

The new Center Stage feature on the front camera is excellent for video calls, and the rear camera setup is surprisingly capable. The battery life is solid, and iPadOS keeps improving, making the iPad Pro more capable for multitasking and productivity.

However, it comes with a premium price tag, and the accessories like the Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil can further increase the cost. If you’re looking for the ultimate tablet experience and don’t mind the investment, the iPad Pro 5th generation won’t disappoint.

iPad pro front and rear view

iPad Pro 4th generation (2020)

The 4th generation iPad Pro brought the A12Z Bionic chip, which offered impressive performance and graphics.

Its LiDAR scanner enhanced augmented reality experiences, and the Magic Keyboard with a trackpad turned it into a laptop alternative. The Liquid Retina display was as vibrant as ever, and its USB-C port expanded connectivity options.

It was a powerful device that catered to both professionals and creative users.

iPad Pro 3rd generation (2018)

he 3rd generation iPad Pro introduced the A12X Bionic chip, which was a significant leap in performance. It also marked the shift from Lightning to USB-C, offering more versatility.

The edge-to-edge Liquid Retina display made it visually striking, and Face ID brought biometric security.

Apple Pencil 2 support and the Smart Keyboard Folio enhanced its functionality, making it a productivity beast.

iPad Pro 2nd generation (2017)

The 2nd generation iPad Pro featured the A10X Fusion chip, which was powerful enough for demanding tasks.

It continued to use the Lightning port but offered fast charging. The ProMotion display with a 120Hz refresh rate was a standout feature, providing smooth interactions.

It supported the first-generation Apple Pencil and various keyboard accessories, making it great for content creation.

iPad Pro 1st generation (2015)

The 1st generation iPad Pro was a pioneer in the lineup, featuring the A9X chip, which was remarkably fast for its time.

It introduced the large 12.9-inch display, catering to professionals who needed a bigger canvas. The Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil marked the beginning of iPad accessories.

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