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Can the iPad Pro with Magic Keyboard Replace a Laptop?

Can the iPad Pro with Magic Keyboard Replace a Laptop?

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Apple has constantly been releasing new ads and commercials proclaiming that “your next computer is not a computer.” Honestly, every time Apple has said that, I’ve been hoping that the spokesperson was right. I have always enjoyed using my classic 9.7" iPad Pro when I’m commuting, or even in the office, for taking notes or drafting an article. With the latest generation of iPad Pros, the upcoming iPadOS 14, and the new Magic Keyboard with Trackpad, can it finally be the laptop replacement we need?

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I feel as though at this point it’s safe to say that the iPad and the iPad Pro are considered among the best tablets you can get. The Pro variants, admittedly, get a little pricey, but considering they are aiming to be a laptop replacement, the pricing makes a little sense. Here is a basic rundown of the specs:

  • 11" or 12.9" Liquid Retina display
  • DCI-P3 Color and True Tone
  • 10MP Ultra-Wide and 12MP Wide Cameras
  • LiDAR Scanner for enhanced AR
  • A12Z Bionic processor with 8-core graphics
  • iPadOS with Multitasking
  • Apple Pencil support
  • All-day battery life
  • USB-C port

That may not seem like a lot on the surface but each of those components is near the top of its class. There are also a ton of smaller, yet still important, features I’m glossing over. The processing power here is equivalent to real computers, and even exceeds that of your average laptop with ease. This is certainly due to Apple’s extreme ability to tune its hardware and software to one another. Also, as we have seen in the past few years, iPadOS can definitely bring serious upgrades in the annual updates.

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