The biggest controversy about Apple’s new iPad Pro is not at all a problem.
Apple released several new products last week, including the iPad Pro that will eventually rival computers in terms of power.The new iPad Pro is the first to come equipped with the same powerful M-series processor that it does. The 11-inch and 12.9-inch MacBook Pros feature the same M1-on-chip system as the 24-inch iMac and the three new Macs released last fall. On top of that, the new tablets come with 5G-compatible accessories.If that’s not enough to make the iPad Pro stand out, you need to check out Apple’s new screen technology for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro (5th generation). The larger tablet comes with a smaller LED display that offers the same performance as Apple’s premium Pro Display XDR, which retails for $ 5,000.The new iPad Pro is available for pre-order and will ship. In the second half of May However, before you get yours, you should be aware of the Magic Keyboard’s latest controversy and what it means.Fortunately, we have good news on that front: Apple’s older keyboard accessories are compatible with tablets of size. The 12.9-inch reported last week said that the new iPad Pro will not be compatible with the first-generation Magic Keyboard, as the tablets are slightly thicker. But that’s not the case, the Magic Keyboard attaches magnetically to the iPad, with the screen above the physical keyboard. This allows you to adjust the viewing to your liking without touching the base of the tablet to the keyboard portion. The whole thing looks great. But the design and functionality are not cheap. The Magic Keyboard retails for $ 299, and having to buy a new model for the 2021 iPad Pro is probably not good news for Magic Keyboard owners who think they can use accessories they have already purchased. Yes, Apple recently updated Magic Keyboard support document with an important description that resolves any compatibility issues, according to Apple, buyers who use a screen protector with the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro and Magic Keyboard. The first generation may find the accessory doesn’t fit: the first Magic Keyboard (A1998) is compatible with the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro (5th generation) with Liquid Retina XDR display due to the slightly thicker dimensions of the iPad Pro. With this new model, it’s possible that Magic Keyboard might not fit when turned off, especially when using a screen protector. The following size comparison shows the culprit.The new 12.9-inch iPad Pro is 0.5mm thicker than its predecessor. But that’s enough to cause compatibility issues with first-generation Magic Keyboard if you also use a screen protector. The good news is, according to Apple’s documentation, older accessories will still work fine even if you don’t fit them.The new 11-inch iPad Pro isn’t affected. As seen below, measurements are the same as their predecessors, the smaller LED display could be the reason Apple had to increase the thickness of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro.