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iPad Pro vs. iPad Air | Should You Even Consider the iPad Pro in 2022? By Sergio Velasquez Apple hasn’t given much love to the iPad Pro recently. Sure we got a new iPad Pro just last year, but compared to the iPad Air or the iPad mini, the difference wasn’t big enough to make people feel a need to upgrade. But that’s probably isn’t anyone’s fault; the iPad Pro is already a super-powerful machine thanks to the M1 chip inside. But the biggest problem for the iPad Pro is that there’s a new iPad on the block that might become everyone’s favorite: The new iPad Air. Apple recently released a new iPad Air that has pretty much everything the iPad Pro has for almost half the price. It comes with an M1 chip, 5G support, and it even has Touch ID, which some people still prefer. So that leaves us wondering if you should even consider getting an iPad Pro at this point? Keep reading to find out. During its March presentation, Apple launched the fifth-generation iPad Air. This new iPad Air has pretty much everything you’re looking for in an iPad. Now, the iPad Air comes with the M1 chip, just like the iPad Pro and many new Mac computers. This makes the small device feature up to two times faster graphics performance compared to the previous models and even makes it faster than many laptop computers around the same price range. What’s more, thanks to the CPU, GPU, and a 16-core Neural Engine, you can do heavy work like editing 4K videos, playing the most intense games on the App Store, and pretty much anything the iPad Pro and any laptop can do.

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