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      Le nouvel iPad Pro M4 s’affiche à prix sacrifié pendant les soldes, la pépite du jour (-38%)

      news.movim.eu / JournalDuGeek · Wednesday, 3 July - 07:31

    Ipad Pro M4

    L'iPad Pro M4 qui voit son prix chuter sous la barre des 800 euros avec du cashback, c'est maintenant sur Rakuten.
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      iPad Pro M4 : tout juste sortie, la nouvelle tablette d’Apple est à un prix délirant FACE SCREAMING IN FEAR

      news.movim.eu / JournalDuGeek · Wednesday, 19 June - 17:42

    Ipad Pro M4

    Disponible depuis le 15 mai dernier, le tout nouvel iPad Pro 11 avec la dernière puce M4 profite aujourd'hui d'une remise inattendue qui fait tomber son prix sous la barre symbolique des 1 000 euros. C'est une occasion en or qu'il faut saisir rapidement, puisque l'offre expire ce mercredi soir à minuit tapante.
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      L’Apple Pencil Pro a une ombre sur iPad Pro un détail qui “trompe notre cerveau”

      news.movim.eu / JournalDuGeek · Tuesday, 28 May - 08:29

    Ipad Pro Apple Pencil Pro

    Apple vient de présenter un nouvel Apple Pencil, le premier "Pro" du nom. Il dispose d'une ombre numérique, un vrai défi technique.
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      M4 iPad Pro teardown finds easier-to-access battery, glimpses of Tandem OLED design

      news.movim.eu / ArsTechnica · Monday, 20 May - 19:35

    iFixit's M4 iPad Pro teardown.

    Right on schedule for past releases, iFixit has done a teardown of Apple's new, redesigned iPad Pro . It found that the iPad itself has one big improvement in repairability over its predecessor but that the Apple Pencil Pro is basically unserviceable.

    The first step in the teardown video revealed arguably Apple's most interesting new tech: the "Tandem OLED" screen. It doesn't reveal anything we didn't already know and describe in our review last week, but it's neat to see what it all looks like up close.

    The teardown also found that there are not one but two metal brackets all the way through the middle of the iPad to help with durability. Some worried that the new, thinner iPad Pro would be thinner than past models to snap in half, but durability tests have shown that's not the case. This could be part of why.

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      M4 iPad Pro review: Well, now you’re just showing off

      news.movim.eu / ArsTechnica · Monday, 13 May - 21:00

    The back of an iPad with its Apple logo centered

    Enlarge / The 2024, M4-equipped 13-inch iPad Pro. (credit: Samuel Axon)

    The new iPad Pro is a technical marvel, with one of the best screens I’ve ever seen, performance that few other machines can touch, and a new, thinner design that no one expected.

    It’s a prime example of Apple flexing its engineering and design muscles for all to see. Since it marks the company’s first foray into OLED beyond the iPhone and the first time a new M-series chip has debuted on something other than a Mac, it comes across as a tech demo for where the company is headed beyond just tablets.

    Still, it remains unclear why most people would spend one, two, or even three thousand dollars on a tablet that, despite its amazing hardware, does less than a comparably priced laptop—or at least does it a little more awkwardly, even if it's impressively quick and has a gorgeous screen.

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      Apple’s plastic-free packaging means pack-in logo stickers are going away

      news.movim.eu / ArsTechnica · Thursday, 9 May - 18:10 · 1 minute

    Many different Apple stickers from many different products and eras.

    Enlarge / Many different Apple stickers from many different products and eras. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

    As a noted sticker enthusiast , I’m always on the lookout for news at the intersection of stickers and technology. Which is why this report from 9to5Mac caught my eye: Apple is apparently starting to wind down its decades-long practice of including Apple logo stickers in the box with all of its products.

    If you buy a new iPad Air or iPad Pro, you’ll be able to get some stickers if you ask the people at the Apple Store to include them (stores will get a “limited quantity” of stickers they can distribute on request). But the little sticker insert that has come with Macs, iPods, iPhones, iPads, and other devices and accessories for as long as I can remember will stop being one of the default pack-ins.

    Apple is apparently cutting down on its sticker distribution to help meet its environmental goals. The stickers are some of the last bits of plastic included in most modern Apple packaging; in recent years, even the plastic backing layer for the stickers has been replaced with wax paper instead. This happened around the same time that the inner layer of packaging wrapped around new Apple devices also shifted from plastic to paper and when plastic-sealed boxes gave way to tear-away paper adhesive strips.

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      M4 iPad Pro CPU cores and RAM amount are tied to storage capacity

      news.movim.eu / ArsTechnica · Wednesday, 8 May - 17:32

    The new M4 iPad Pro.

    Enlarge / The new M4 iPad Pro. (credit: Apple)

    When Apple announced the Apple M4 chip during its iPad Pro event yesterday, it mentioned that the chip came with "up to" four high-performance CPU cores.

    Those short, easily missable words always mean that there's a lower-end version of the chip coming that doesn't include that many CPU cores, and the tech specs page for the new iPad Pro has the full details: iPad Pros with 256GB or 512GB of storage use a version of the M4 with three high-performance CPU cores and six smaller efficiency cores. Only the models with 1TB and 2TB of storage have an M4 with all four high-performance CPU cores enabled.

    The 256GB and 512GB models also ship with 8GB of RAM, where the 1TB and 2TB models come with 16GB of memory installed. Though these changes are clearly spelled out on the Tech Specs page, the actual configuration page for the iPad Pros in Apple's online store doesn't give any indication that upgrading storage also upgrades your CPU and RAM.

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      Hands-on with the new iPad Pros and Airs: A surprisingly refreshing refresh

      news.movim.eu / ArsTechnica · Tuesday, 7 May - 20:06 · 1 minute

    Apple's latest iPad Air, now in two sizes. The Magic Keyboard accessory is the same one that you use with older iPad Airs and Pros, though they can use the new Apple Pencil Pro.

    Enlarge / Apple's latest iPad Air, now in two sizes. The Magic Keyboard accessory is the same one that you use with older iPad Airs and Pros, though they can use the new Apple Pencil Pro. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

    Apple has a brand-new lineup of iPad Pro and Air models for the first time in well over a year. Most people would probably be hard-pressed to tell the new ones from the old ones just by looking at them, but after hands-on sessions with both sizes of both tablets, the small details (especially for the Pros) all add up to a noticeably refined iPad experience.

    iPad Airs: Bigger is better

    But let's begin with the new Airs, since there's a bit less to talk about. The 11-inch iPad Air (technically the 6th-generation model) is mostly the same as the previous-generation A14 and M1 models, design-wise, with identical physical dimensions and weight. It's still the same slim-bezel design Apple introduced with the 2018 iPad Pro, just with a 60 Hz LCD display panel and Touch ID on the power button rather than Face ID.

    So when Apple says the device has been "redesigned," the company is mainly referring to the fact that the webcam is now mounted on the long edge of the tablet rather than the short edge. This makes its positioning more laptop-y when it's docked to the Magic Keyboard or some other keyboard.

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      Apple dévoile son nouvel iPad Pro : plus performant, plus cher

      news.movim.eu / JournalDuGeek · Tuesday, 7 May - 15:41


    Apple a profiter de son Keynote dédié aux iPad pour dévoiler son nouvel iPad Pro, une tablette dédiée à une cible