iPad Pro features the powerful Apple M1 chip for next-level performance and all-day battery life.³ An immersive 12.9-inch Liquid Retina XDR display for viewing and editing HDR photos and videos.¹ And a front camera with Center Stage keeps you in frame automatically during video calls. iPad Pro has pro cameras and a LiDAR Scanner for stunning photos, videos, and immersive AR. Thunderbolt for connecting to high-performance accessories. And you can add Apple Pencil for note-taking, drawing, and marking up documents, and the Magic Keyboard for a responsive typing experience and trackpad.⁴
Brilliant 12.9-inch Liquid Retina XDR display¹ with ProMotion, True Tone, and P3 wide color
TrueDepth camera system featuring Ultra Wide front camera with Center Stage
12MP Wide camera, 10MP Ultra Wide camera, and LiDAR Scanner for immersive AR
Stay connected with ultrafast Wi-Fi 6
Go further with all-day battery life³
Thunderbolt port for connecting to fast external storage, displays, and docks
Face ID for secure authentication and Apple Pay
Four speaker audio and five studio-quality microphones
Support for Apple Pencil (2nd generation), Magic Keyboard, and Smart Keyboard Folio⁴
iPadOS is powerful, intuitive, and designed specifically for iPad
Over a million apps on the App Store just for iPad
Apps are available on the App Store. Title availability is subject to change.
¹ The display has rounded corners. When measured diagonally as a rectangle, the iPad Pro 12.9-inch screen is 12.9 inches. Actual viewable area is less.
² Data plan required. Gigabit LTE, LTE, and Wi-Fi calling are available in select markets and through select carriers. Speeds are based on theoretical throughput and vary based on site conditions and carrier.
³ Battery life varies by use and configuration. See apple.com/batteries for more information.
⁴ Accessories are sold separately. Compatibility varies by generation.
Apple 12.9-Inch iPad Pro (Latest Model) with Wi-Fi - 512GB
A:AnswerI’m looking at this same situation as a possibility for myself, but haven’t received my new iPad Pro yet. I am going to throw out this as a possible workaround that may wor for Procreate users. When Procreate opens a file, it tries to create an editable file in the same location as the source file, and this is likely where the problem lies. Procreate may not be allowed to work with the external SSD freely because of security limitations in iPadOS. You can likely save or export the file to the external SSD, but you will almost certainly need to import the file back to the internal storage to work with it. This is almost certainly down to the sandboxing elements of iPadOS, which are much more extreme than MacOS. The actual hardware is fully capable of laptop/desktop style use and support of Thunderbolt compliant SSDs. Apple locks out higher level access to external devices because the iPad is an ultraportable and concealable device: i.e. an incredibly big security risk, as both a target and a tool. It’s gonna take some time for them to develop secure workarounds for external devices.
In the meantime, as a workaround, try importing the file from the external SSD in Procreate. If that fails, try using the Files app to copy the file from the external SSD to somewhere on the internal storage, then import from that file back into Procreate. Either method should reduce the external access to a file read, which shouldn’t be a problem.
A:AnswerThey are supposed to transfer automatically if you can turn your old ipad on which i couldnt do because I waited too long to buy a new one. However after several hours my pictures appeared but not the apps so i just reinstalled them.