iPad Pro 2021 (11-inch): Camera
On the back of the 2021 iPad Pro we have a familiar camera module holding a wide 12MP main camera and an ultra wide 10MP one with a 125° FOV (field of view). Under those two we have a LiDAR sensor, a flash and a microphone.
The 12MP front camera has a 122° FOV and supports Portrait Mode, with blurred backgrounds and lighting effects that can be switched on the fly. For example, by default you get portrait selfies with “natural light”, but this can be changed to “studio light” if you want a brighter-looking face or “contour light” for more pronounced facial contours. There’s even a “stage light” option, which attempts to remove your background instead of blurring it, but it’s not perfect, as it results in soft edges around your face and body. In any case, for those few who take selfies with their tablets, Portrait Mode on the 2021 iPad Pro can be quite fun to play around with.
And it’s definitely worth mentioning that those front and rear wide angle cameras do capture so much more than a traditional camera can. You’ll never find yourself struggling to fit everyone in a group photo. And you should be able to take photos of objects such as buildings or statues without having to step back much to fit the entire thing in the frame, if at all.
iPad Pro 2021 (11-inch) Battery life
As per usual, you can expect up to 10 hours of battery life from the 28.65-watt-hour battery of this 2021 iPad Pro. If you’re a light user you’ll easily reach two or more days until needing to charge, as the standby power management on iPads is pretty solid.
In any case, this is a great full-day tablet, and if you’re using it for school, you needn’t worry about bringing a charger, so long as you charge it overnight.
Speaking of chargers, out of the box we get a meter-long USB Type-C charging cable and a 20W power adapter. You can, of course, alternatively charge your iPad from your PC or MacBook, albeit that will take longer.
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