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(Photo : REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton) An Apple store employee informs people that the store is closed, after further cases of coronavirus were confirmed in New York, in Manhasset, New York, U.S., March 16, 2020.

This coronavirus hasn't stopped the world's largest consumer electronics company from releasing its new items. On Wednesday, Mar. 18. Apple has unveiled a brand-new iPad Pro and MacBook Air. Apple has additionally unveiled a brand new Magic Keyboard for its new laptop-like tablet. The tech giant says items will be available for order starting today and in shops beginning next week.

The new iPad Pro and the also-introduced MacBook Air are only a few of the numerous Apple products that rumors suggest are coming in 2020 - if not the first half of the year.

New iPad Pro + Magic Keyboard unveiled

New Apple iPad Pro
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New iPad Pro

The new A12Z Bionic chip in the iPad Pro gives the "highest overall performance ever in an iPad." There's an 8-core CPU and 8-core GPU, along Apple's Neural Engine. You'll additionally get 10-hours of battery existence and LTE that's 60 percent faster.

The Magic Keyboard, according to 9to5Mac, has a "floating design with smooth angle adjustment," which mimics a regular computer keyboard. This keyboard attaches magnetically to the iPad Pro, which allows it to adjust as much as 130 degrees. The accessory makes use of Apple's scissor-switch mechanism and is backlit as well.

iPadOS 13.4, that will launched on Mar. 24, includes full trackpad assistance for the first time. Apple says that it hasn't genuinely copied the trackpad experience from macOS, but rather wholly "reimagined" it for iPad.

There's additionally a brand new LiDAR camera array at the back. Apple says this LiDar Scanner measures the gap to surrounding gadgets as much as 5 meters away.

The new camera arrays on the iPad Pro comes with a 12MP Wide digicam, in addition to a 10MP Ultra Wide digital camera. Apple has also upgraded the microphone system. The iPad Pro now capabilities five "studio-quality" microphones that capture "extraordinary clean audio."

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New MacBook Air 'quietly' reintroduced

Apple MacBook Air
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New Apple MacBook Air

The Verge reported Apple 'silently' introduced a revamped MacBook Air with an improved "Magic Keyboard" like the Pro to ditch the controversial butterfly mechanism of the previous-technology model. The feature has the same 1mm of keyboard travel and inverted-T arrow keys like of the 16-inch Pro.

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The new Air additionally gives double the performance, Apple told The Verge, featuring 10th-gen Intel Ice Lake processors (Y-series) up to a 1.2GHz quad-core Core i7. As it now uses Intel Iris Plus Graphics, the laptop gives you an 80 percent improved graphics performance. The feature comes with twice the storage than the prior machine - now starting with 256GB. You can upgrade it also as much as 2TB.

It doesn't include the same tremendous audio system because of the 16-inch MacBook Pro. However, Apple says this year's Air has improved its stereo speakers. There's also a three-mic array inside for improved voice capture.

A little bit of normal amid a pandemic

Although its retail stores are closed in the US for an indefinite period, customers can order the brand new models through its online store. Apple makes the most of its cash flow from its iPhone sellouts, which accounted for 61 percent of sales in the third quarter of 2019. However, the organization said its iPhone delivery will be "temporarily constrained" due to coronavirus. So well-received updates to iPad tablets and MacBooks, which contributed 14 percent to revenue remaining quarter, could help shore up its income amid a global financial downtown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

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