• Apple A12Z ARM SoC with neural engine and coprocessor
  • RAM – not specified but we believe 6GB
  • Storage – 128GB standard and 256/512GB and 1TB (factory order – not user upgradable)

Size/sound/mic/ports

  • Two speakers either landscape side (total four)
  • Three mics (top portrait side) and one landscape side likely for noise reduction – total 4
  • 4G LTE nano sim (on LTE model)
  • USB-C 3.1 Gen 1 (5Gbps)
  • Magnetic keyboard connector
  • NO 3.5mm combo audio port

Battery/Charger

  • 11/12.9” 28.65/36.71Wh up to 9/10-hour use LTE/Wi-Fi (in lab conditions so expect less in real-life use)
  • 18W (5V/3A and 9V/2A) charger
  • Missing – Wireless and reverse charging (some articles mistakenly mention this)

Camera rear

  • 12MP primary wide, f/1.8, 1.22um, dual pixel PDAF
  • 10MP Ultra-wide, f/2.4, 125° FOV
  • LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) ToF scanner up to 5M for depth perception and AR
  • HDR, AF, [email protected] (no EIS) and 1080/720p with EIS
  • HEIF or JPEG
  • Dual-tone flash
iPAd Pro 2020

Camera Front

  • 7MP, f/2.2, screen flash, HDR
  • [email protected]/60fps with EIS
  • Facetime Audio and Video
  • Face ID/NFC for Apple pay

Comms

  • Wi-Fi 6 AX, BT 5.0
  • GPS on LTE model only
  • 4G LTE Model nano-SIM, and eSIM
  • LTE Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26 29, 30, 34, 38, 39, 40 41 42, 46 48, 66 71 – a world modem
  • Wi-Fi calling depends on carrier

Care: While this looks like a global model, eSIM IMEI numbers must be activated in the country of original sale, e.g. Australian stock is pre-registered to Australian Telcos. Once activated here, the eSIM will then work overseas. Nano SIM has no pre-registration.

Build

  • Glass front (no screen protection specified)
  • Aluminium back and frame
  • 11” 247.6×178.5×5.9mm x approx. 470g
  • 12.9” 280.6 x 214.9×5.9mm x approx. 640g

For more details, please visit Apple’s pages here