What you need to know
- Apple's brand new iPad Pro features 5G connectivity.
- Apple says that carriers will offer buyers subsidies of up to $200 to make the leap.
A new report notes that carriers will offer iPad Pro buyers subsidies of up to $200 to make the leap to 5G.
As per Apple's website, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint will all offer buyers $200 gift cards when they buy a new 5G iPad Pro, whilst AT&T will ofer $150. Carriers have previously done this for iPhone 12, but report notes the strategy "is more unusual for iPads".
Apple's new iPad Pro features a brand new mini-LED display and Apple's M1 chip, from the announcement:
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