[Shots] Here’s why you should not buy M1 iPad Pro

[Shots] Here's why you should not buy M1 iPad Pro
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Apple has recently unveiled M1 iPad Pro devices to the world with the same processors and expansion ports as MacBooks. The 2021 iPad Pros are pushing Apple’s hardware into territory that looks indistinguishable on paper from the high-performance Macs of the last six months, especially now that they all use M1 chips. But all these developments are not enough to make the new M1 iPad Pro attractive to buyers and enthusiasts.

Top reasons why you should not buy M1 iPad Pro device

  1. Previous iPads are still good and you can save bucks by not buying M1 iPad Pro
  2. The iPad Pro’s USB-C is not compatible with many common USB-C accessories
  3. M1 Macbooks are still better than iPad
  4. Mixing iPad and Mac doesn’t give good flavour
  5. You need to pay for 5G support monthly

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  • Good for Artists and those who like to play games.

    Gaming – Works fine with my Xbox one controller while playing games.

    Apple Pencil – Bought Apple pencil (second generation) separately though, cost me 10,500, drawing and taking notes is a completely different experience on this.

    Performance is I can say its a beast, no lag, screen’s butter smooth, camera’s good (don’t expect to be a professional like one with 11 Pro Max, anyhow iPad is not meant for photography.

    Lidar Sensor – seems to be useful in AR, nothing apart from AR. But AR’s visibility has increased a lot, thanks to Lidar. ??

    The battery is too good, I got a backup of 9 hrs on a continuous usage with screen brightness adjusted to 80%.
    Idle time is you get 2 to 3 days of backup (anyhow who would leave iPad remain idle though)

    Overall its a beauty ?

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