Apple unveils the most powerful iPad ever with the M4 chip inside. 

iPad Pro M4 Price in Nepal
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Apple held a relatively short and sweet event for iPads yesterday where they refreshed the iPad Pro and iPad Air lineup. We have covered the Airs in a separate piece here, so in this article, let’s talk about the crème de la crème iPad Pros which bright new tandem OLED panels, an updated design, and outrageous raw performance to the table alongside the iPad Pro (2024) price in Nepal, specifications, and availability info. 

Apple iPad Pro (M4) Overview

M4 Madness

One of the headlining features of the new 11” and 13” iPad Pros for 2024 is definitely the M4 chip inside. Apple decided to skip the M3 for these devices and jumped straight from M2 to M4 making the iPad Pros the first products to sport the new Apple Silicion. 

Apple iPad Pro M4 chipset

M4 is based on the second generation of TSMC’s 3nm tech and brings improved efficiency alongside a separate display engine for the tandem OLED screens which we’ll talk about in a bit. It has industry-leading performance per watt and can dish out the same power as an M2 iPad Pro with half the energy.

It also brings major bumps to speed promising up to 1.5x faster CPU performance and up to a 4x better GPU. The neural engine inside the iPad is also the most powerful one thus far and promises up to 38 TOPS (Trillions of Operations Per Second). 

Brightest and Thinnest Ever 

As I said earlier, the new iPad Pros sport entirely new tandem OLED screens where two layers of OLED are used for improved brightness, range, and precision. Apple boasts 1000 nits of all-screen brightness for SDR and up to a whopping 1600 nits peak for HDR.

This new technology has also allowed them to level up XDR precision with sub-millisecond control over the color and luminance of individual pixels. Besides that, you get smooth 120Hz ProMotion, wide P3 colors, and True Tone.

Apple iPad Pro M4 design

Apple also introduced its ‘Nano-textured’ glass which provides a glare-free experience without compromising image quality and contrast for an additional 100 dollars. 

We also get to see a re-design of the casing. The new 11” iPad Pro measures just 5.3mm thin while the 13” model is the thinnest Apple product ever at 5.1mm thickness. The iPads are also lighter than their predecessors weighing just 444 (11”)  and 579 (13”) grams. Compared to the iPad Pro 12.9”, the new 13” model with M4  is more than 100 grams lighter offering superior portability options.

Accessories and Extras

Alongside the iPad, we also got to see complementary accessories. There’s a new Apple Pencil Pro with haptic feedback and a new Magic Keyboard with a function row, larger trackpad, and aluminum build. 

The rear houses a 12MP camera with a Li-Dar scanner, and adaptive ‘True Tone’ flash inside a rectangular island. The camera on the front is also re-located to the landscape orientation like the iPad Air. There are a total of 4 speakers and 4 microphones spread across the device and now the base storage configuration has been bumped up to 256GB. 

Apple iPad Pro M4 Price in Nepal and Availability 

The new iPad Pros will start shipping next week in most countries around the globe. It starts at USD 999 for the 11” model and USD 1,299 for the 13” one. When it makes its debut here, we expect the Apple iPad Pro (M4) price in Nepal to be around NPR 169,000. 

Apple iPad Pro (M4) Memory Configuration Price in the US (Official) Price in Nepal (Expected)
11” 256GB 999 NPR 169,999
512GB 1199 NPR 199,999
1TB 1599 NPR 234,999
2TB 1999 NPR 299,999
13” 256GB 1299 NPR 199,999
512GB 1499 NPR 224,999
1TB 1899 NPR 289,999
2TB 2299 NPR 349,999

Accessories Price in the US (Official) Price in Nepal (Expected)
Apple Pencil
  • USD 79 (Normal)
  • USD 129 (Pro)
  • NPR 13,999 (Normal)
  • NPR 22,999 (Pro)
Magic Keyboard
  • USD 299 (11”)
  • USD 349 (13”)
  • NPR 49,999 
  • NPR 54,999

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