Apple Spring Loaded: New iMac, iPad Pro, AirTag, Apple TV and more

Yesterday Apple introduced the new products via its Spring Keynote, called Spring loaded: M1 processors on the new iMac, iPad Pro, but also a 4k Apple TV and the much talked about AirTag. Let's go and discover all the new products

iMac 24 "rainbow"

Here are the new 24 ″ iMacs with ri4.5K solution and 500 nits of brightness and they do it in style, re-proposing an old 90s philosophy when the models came out iMac G3. 7 different colors, (similar to the rainbow except silver). The design is similar to the Apple's Pro Display XDR and features Apple's proprietary “M1 8-core” chip.

There are three configurations of choice and they start from 1.499€. However, the base model will be available in only 4 different colors, a 7-core GPU, 256GB of storage up to a maximum of 1TB, two ports Thunderbolt / USB 4 which also work for DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI and VGA connection via adapters sold separately.

In addition to these features unique to this model, they have in common with the other two configurations: 8GB of RAM expandable up to 16GB, the 1080p FaceTime HD camera, a six-speaker Hi-Fi system with "Woofer Force-Canceling", wide stereo sound , Dolby Atmos support, three professional quality array microphones with high signal-to-noise ratio and directional beamforming, headphone jack, Wifi 6 802.11ax and Bluetooth 5.0.

The more expensive models have a few differences: the 8-core GPU, a cut of 2TB storage memory to choose from when buying, and two extra USB 3.1 ports, to the aforementioned two from above.

Now accessories like the Magic Mouse and Magic Keyboard they will be colored to match the computer. The keyboard will also have a dedicated key to Touch-ID.

They can be ordered as early as April 30 to receive them in mid-May.

New iPad Pro with M1 processor

Also this year the iPad Pro will be 11 "and 12,9" and support 5G networks, but no bright colors: gray or silver, as usual.

They also mount the new processors Apple M1 8-core e 8-core GPU with 16-core neural Engine. 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB models have 8GB of RAM, While cuts from 1TB and 2TB mount 16GB of RAM.

Dual Pro cameras, with wide and ultra-wide, 12MPX and 10MPX and 2X optical zoom, True Tone Flash and LiDAR scanner and record videos in 4K at 60fps.

The difference is all in the display. The smallest 11 ″ mounts a Liquid Retina with 2388 × 1668 pixels at 264 ppi and maximum brightness 600 nit.

The 12,9 "model instead mounts a Liquid Retina XDR with 2D mini-LED backlighting with 2596 zones in Full Array Local Dimming, resolution 2732 × 2048 pixels at 264 ppi and peak brightness of 1600 nit (HDR) with a contrast from 1.000.000: 1.

Both models support the Apple Pencil second generation.

Bookable from April 30th and delivery in mid-May, prices start at € 899 for the 11 "version, and € 1.219 for the 12,9" version.

Apple TV in 4K

Finally, the new Apple TV supports 4K HDR. Mount the A12 Bionic Chip (that of the iPhones), has an HDMI 2.1 port, support for Wi-Fi 6 networks (802.11ax) with simultaneous dual band MIMO technology and Bluetooth 5.0.

The Apple TV Remote with IR transmitter and Bluetooth 5.0 technology, with built-in microphone to be able to issue commands or to recall Siri.

It can also be ordered from April 30 to receive it in mid-May, with the cut from 32GB to 199 € or 64GB to 219 €.

Apple AirTag

And finally Apple's much-talked about AirTag arrives. Are you among those who often lose sight of things? With AirTag you will no longer have problems finding keys, wallet and everything you are afraid of forgetting around.

Clip one to the keys, put another in your backpack and go: here they appear in the app "Where is it", the same one you already use to locate Apple devices and track down friends and family.

Have you lost your wallet? No problem with AirTag. Open the new Objects panel of the “Where is” app and play the speaker built into the AirTag. Or you can simply say: "Hey Siri, find my wallet". If it is nearby, for example under the sofa or in the next room, just follow the sound to find it.

If you have left something in a distant place, for example in the park or in the gym, you can still locate your AirTag using the network “Where is“: It is made up of hundreds of millions of iPhones, iPads and Macs around the world, and is a system designed to keep privacy safe at all times.

Your AirTag sends a secure Bluetooth signal that can be detected by the devices of the "Where is" network closer. These devices send the location of the AirTag to iCloud: when you open the Find My app, you will see it on the map. The whole operation takes place anonymously and encrypted, to protect privacy. And it's super efficient too, so you don't have to worry about running out of battery or running out of data.

Orders depart April 23 at 14pm. You can only buy it from Apple and also make a free engraving. The cost is € 35 per unit but you can buy 4 for € 119.

iPhone 12 purple

No news regarding the iPhones except a new color only for the 12 and 12 mini models. The new purple color can be ordered from 23 April.

That said, Apple surprised us with the new colors of the iMacs, which make your environment more customizable. The new iPad Pro promise sparks with the new processor and the AirTag is finally among us after years of rumor, ready to make you lose nothing.

While waiting to discover all the news about Apple systems, we remind you that to discuss the latest tech-themed news, you can join our community on Facebook, or our Telegram channel.

Do you want to complete all the achievements and trophies and know all the tricks, guides and secrets for your video games? is a group of video game fans who want to share the best tricks, secrets, guides and tips. We offer the best content to be a source of useful information, so here you can find guides, tricks, secrets and tips so you can enjoy your games to the fullest. Are you ready to get all the achievements of that game that you resist so much? Enter and enjoy your favorite video game to the fullest!
Onda MT825UP 14.4 Mbps internet key review ❯
Add a comment from Apple Spring Loaded: New iMac, iPad Pro, AirTag, Apple TV and more
Comment sent successfully! We will review it in the next few hours.