The new iPad Pro promises revolutions for artificial intelligence

The new iPad Pro promises revolutions for artificial intelligence
The new iPad Pro promises revolutions for artificial intelligence

Presented during an online “Keynote” conference this Tuesday, the new iPads are already impressive. The star of the day: the iPad Pro 2024, which will be equipped with the very powerful M4 chip, allowing the product to boast unprecedented performance. Apple already states that this product will be a “revolution for artificial intelligence”.

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Unprecedented performances

The iPad Pro, as hoped, supports the M4 chip, in the absence of the M3 chip not used on Apple iPads. This M4 chip thus allows Apple to highlight “exceptional performance” on its product. “The M4 chip will help accelerate the development of artificial intelligence on Apple products. The Neutral Engine M4 is more powerful than any AI computer”, affirms the firm during its dedicated event.

According to the tech giant, the new iPad Pro 2024 is four times more powerful than the previous iPad Pro using the M2 chip. He can thank the M4 chip, which gives the new Apple product a power “never before seen on Apple devices”. According to the Californian company, the new chip allows Apple to be “leader in the field”, thanks to its performances “accelerating artificial intelligence workload capabilities”.

Concretely, Apple’s artificial intelligence tools make it possible to improve camera tools, for example making it possible to better detect scanned documents.

But the firm also claims that several applications “will take advantage of such performances”, like updated applications like Final Cut Pro. Tim Cook concluded: this range of iPad offers “the best in the industry by far.” It remains to be seen what tools Apple will actually offer to fuel the enthusiasm of fans of artificial intelligence.

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