In Canada, Europe, Australia, and many parts of Asia, customers configuring any new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, iMac Pro, Mac Pro or Mac mini now face paying approximately 10 percent more for each component upgrade than they did prior to last Wednesday.
The new 2020 iPad Pro managed to score 1114 ion the single core test and 4654 in the multi-core test, these scores are very similar to the 2018 iPad Pro. In addition, Geekbench may not give quite the correct value because the benchmark is not yet optimized for the iPad Pro 2020 and operating system iPadOS 13.4, which will be released tomorrow.More news: New Yorkers who leave should self-isolate for 14 days: White House
The new MacBook Air was limited (as was the Mac Mini), but you were still allowed to order five of those products before Apple stopped you buying anymore. Or get the links below for our blowout coverage of the new iPad Pro.
The new 11in and 12.9in iPad Pros will cost from £769 and £969 respectively, shipping on 25 March.More news: Trump says 'a little upset with China' over coronavirus
Introducing the iPad Pro 2020, Apple has assured that its 8-core chip A12Z Bionic "is more powerful than most laptops on Windows".
Apple's entry-level MacBook Air has also been updated, gaining the new Magic Keyboard, which was first introduced with the firm's top 16in MacBook Pro and aims to put to bed the multiple issues associated with its butterfly keyboard introduced in 2015. For typing, nothing beats the Magic Keyboard.More news: World Health Organization warns USA could become coronavirus epicenter