Apple’s iPad Pro lineuip is scheduled for an immediate refresh as the company today announced the 2020 variants of the 12.9-inch and 11-inch iPad Pro tablets. This happens to be the fourth generation of the former and second generation of the latter, so do not let that confused you if you end up shopping for a new general-purpose iOS slate this holiday season.

In terms of specs, the iPad Pro (2020) range utilizes the Bionic A12Z chipset from Apple and starts at 128GB of storage. Its RAM capacities will have to wait for unofficial teardowns, as is always the case with Apple’s new mobile products. On the other hand, there’s an actual LiDAR on offer inside both of these devices now, together with Face ID and optional cellular connectivity, albeit without 5G support.

The 11-inch iPad Pro starts at $799 or $949 for the Wi-Fi model, whereas the 12.9-inch iPad Pro retails at $1,149 for the cellular version or a dollar below $1,000 if you can make do without mobile networks. Both can be pre-ordered across the United States as of this very moment, with Apple promising to start fulfilling the first shipments as quickly as the following week.

There’s a new Magic Keyboard with a trackpad (at last) on offer as well, but that accessory won’t be releasing for a few more months due to unspecified reasons.

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