It’s been a few days since Apple’s spring event, but it looks like news regarding the products that were unveiled at the time is constantly pouring in. As they progressed through the invitations, the event was full of news, and as expected, among them was the iPad Pro.
The new generation of the iPad Pro has significant changes in terms of hardware. The most important is the jump to the M1 chip
Other less notable novelties were, for example, the improvement of the front camera of the Truedepth sensor. Now, not only will there be a jump in image quality thanks to an improved sensor, but one of the big design drawbacks of the iPad Pro is also fixed: staggered shots due to camera position.
Thanks to the Center Framing function, iPad will focus on us when we make a video call automatically, thanks to machine learning and with the new ultra-wide angle of the front camera. It seemed to be only for FaceTime, but it looks like it won’t be limited to this app.
As Apple notes on the official iPad Pro website, the centered framing “works with FaceTime and other video calling apps,” indicating that I wouldn’t be limited by Apple software. It probably requires some sort of update from the competition to make its apps compatible, but without too many complications.
It is particularly interesting for those who use apps like Zoom or Microsoft Teams, more focused on the business environment. And from now on, with the new iPad Pro, everything will be much better with every video call thanks to this change.