New iPad and M2 iPad Pro deliveries begin across Asia, the Middle East and Europe
As more countries begin to wake up on Wednesday, October 25, redesigned entry-level iPad and new M2 iPad Pro deliveries are now beginning to arrive to customers across Asia, the Middle East and Europe, with online pre-orders now either beginning to be delivered or available for in-store pickup.
Customers in Australia and New Zealand were first to receive the new devices, where Wednesday, October 25 arrived ahead of the rest of the world because of the international time difference.
As Apple begins to open the doors to its retail stores across Asia, the Middle East and Europe, it leaves North America as the final continent yet to start receiving new iPad orders, which will begin within the coming hours.
Apple’s redesigned entry-level iPad features a large 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display, the Apple A14 Bionic chip, a new landscape camera, USB-C, support for the new Magic Keyboard Folio, and more with a starting price of $449 (US).
Powered by the M2 chip, Apple’s new iPad Pro has been met with mixed reviews, offering a significant performance boost but relatively minor upgrades over the previous M1 model.
The new iPad Pro features an 8-core CPU — up to 15 percent faster than the M1 chip in the previous iPad Pro — with advancements in both performance and efficiency cores, and a 10-core GPU, delivering up to 35 percent faster graphics performance.
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