Apple unveils M2 Pro and M2 Max: next-generation chips for next-level workflows





Keychron Q1 Pro review: Finally a wireless & metal mechanical keyboard


Keychron Q1 Pro





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The Keychron Q1 Pro is a well-engineered mechanical keyboard has one exciting trait that sets it apart from the Q1 variant: wireless connectivity.

First, Keychron made wireless mechanical keyboards. Then it made weighty metal keyboards. It added a twisting knob for good measure. Now, it has combined all those parts together with the Q1 Pro.

The difference here is that the Keychron Q1 Pro incorporates a full aluminum body while remaining untethered from a computer or iPad. And. that addition of Bluetooth to a full metal mechanical keyboard has been the missing piece to the increasingly premium devices Keychron has been making.

Keychron Q1 Pro – Bluetooth connectivity

The headlining feature of the Q1 Pro is that it includes Broadcom Bluetooth 5.1. It’s able to do this because of a small, camouflage, piece of plastic on the back that allows the signal to escape.

In typical Keychron fashion, there’s nothing complicated about the wireless implementation here. There are no dongles to plug in or pieces to add.

A switch for using cable or Bluetooth

A switch for using cable or Bluetooth

Everything is built-in and wireless can be toggled between wired and wireless modes and Windows and Mac via slider switches also on the back. (The same as its other keyboards.)

While we had no problems with the wireless connectivity, some people will likely grumble that this is Bluetooth and not RF.

We didn’t experience any lag or control issues when using the keyboard for our daily typing. We pounded out at least several thousand words and it performed as expected.

Keychron Q1 Pro – Other features

Beyond being a full aluminum wireless mechanical keyboard, the Q1 Pro can connect with up to three devices and be used with Mac, Windows, and Linux computers.

It has a customizable knob with an aluminum rotary encoder that can be used for things like zooming in or out, changing screen brightness, scrolling brush size, adjusting the volume, or selecting videos or photos.

Q1 Pro features a customizable knob

Q1 Pro features a customizable knob

We didn’t use the Q1 Pro for gaming, but it does have a 1,000Hz polling rate out of the box when using a USB-C cable in wired mode, or 90 Hz polling rate in wireless mode. It also has an ARM Cortex-M4 32-bit STM32L432 chip inside and has 128K Flash for developers.

These are all the same things as the Q1 keyboard, except that one can only be used in a wired configuration.

The few differences between the Q1 and Q1 Pro include a flexible PC (Polycarbonate) plate instead of a steel one. The Q1 uses OSA double-shot PBT keycaps while the Pro uses KSA double-shot PBT keycaps. The Q1 has Gateron G Pro mechanical switch on the assembled model while the Pro comes with Keychron K Pro mechanical switch.

The Q1 Pro has a 4,000 mAh battery which should last up to 300 hours when not using any backlighting. On the lowest brightness backlighting, that number goes down to 90 hours — still a respectable number.

While the Q1 Pro comes ready to use out of the box, if you buy the fully assembled variant, using VIA to program the keys can still feel a little technical for the general public.

First-time users diving into the world of mechanical keyboards might feel a little overwhelmed. That said, as long as someone is willing to do a little reading, Keychron does a solid job of providing documentation.

We didn’t need to customize too many elements of the Q1 Pro to be comfortable with its configuration. We changed the knob from mute to play/pause when pressed. We also changed the page up and page down keys and made a couple of other tweaks.

Is Q1 Pro the ultimate typist keyboard?

Even though we really like this Q1 Pro keyboard, it’s hard to recommend it universally.

Keyboards are a personal product. This is why Keychron makes so many different models, with multiple variants.

22 types of RGB backlight options

22 types of RGB backlight options

For our typing needs, however, we loved it. We thought the Q1 Pro was perfect for a stationary workspace, because of its metal heft.

It’s great for large desks because its wireless feature won’t clutter up the space or introduce problems with cable length.

We loved the simple, but functionally excellent, customizable twisting knob. The RGB backlighting worked nicely too.

But mostly, it’s all these things combined, tied together with wireless connectivity that was the bow on top for us.

If this is what you’ve been waiting for, we can confirm this is a brilliant option.

The Q1 Pro is following Keychron’s typical Kickstarter release method. It’s available for pre-order now for a slight discount. It should ship by April 2023.

Keychron Q1 Pro – Pros

  • Wired and wireless connectivity
  • Metal frame and heavy weight feels premium
  • Programmable knob

Keychron Q1 Pro – Cons



Apple introduces new Mac mini with M2 and M2 Pro — more powerful, capable, and versatile than ever





2023 16-inch MacBook Pro vs 2021 MacBook Pro – compared


16-inch MacBook Pro





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Apple has added powerful new M2 Pro and M2 Max chips to the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro. Here’s how they stack up versus the M1 Max and M1 Pro models.

Announced on January 17 and available on January 24, the new 14-inch MacBook Pro and 16-inch MacBook Pro models feature many of the same specifications with a few notable upgrades, chiefly the new chips and an advanced HDMI port. The new models can also eke out an extra hour of battery life.

Apple revealed the new devices in three press releases, although the company also has a YouTube video that is set up like a traditional keynote. Here is how the new MacBook Pro models stack up against the version released in 2021.

2023 MacBook Pro versus 2021 MacBook Pro – Specifications

Specifications 2021 MacBook Pro 2023 MacBook Pro
Price (starting) $1,999, $2,499 $1,999, $2,499
Display size (inches) 14.2, 16.2 14.2, 16.2
Dimensions (inches) 0.61 x 12.31 x 8.71
0.66 x 14.01 x 9.77
0.61 x 12.31 x 8.71
0.66 x 14.01 x 9.77
Weight (pounds) 3.5, 4.7 3.5, 4.7, 3.6 (M2 Max), 4.8 (M2 Max)
Max Resolution (pixels) 3024 x 1964, 3456 x 2234 3024 x 1964, 3456 x 2234
Pixel Density 254 254
Brightness XDR: 1000 nits sustained, 1600 nits peak
SDR: 500 nits max
XDR: 1000 nits sustained, 1600 nits peak
SDR: 500 nits max
Display Backlighting Mini LED Mini LED
Display Technology Wide Color P3, True Tone, ProMotion Wide Color P3, True Tone, ProMotion
Processors Up to M1 Pro 10-core, M1 Max 10-core Up to M2 Pro 12-core, M2 Max 12-core
Memory 16GB, 32GB, 64GB (M1 Max) 16GB, 32GB, 64GB (M2 Max), 96GB (M2 Max)
Storage 512GB, 1TB, 2TB, 4TB, 8TB 512GB, 1TB, 2TB, 4TB, 8TB
Battery Up to 17 hours (14-inch), up to 21 hours (16-inch) Up to 18 hours (14-inch), up to 22 hours (16-inch)
Biometrics Touch ID Touch ID
Trackpad Force Touch Force Touch
Keyboard Backlit with ambient light sensor Backlit with ambient light sensor
Ports Three Thunderbolt 4 (USB-C)
HDMI port
SDXC card slot
3.5mm headphone jack
Three Thunderbolt 4 (USB-C)
Advanced HDMI port
SDXC card slot
3.5mm headphone jack
Webcam 1080p FaceTime HD camera 1080p FaceTime HD camera
Audio High-fidelity six-speaker sound with force-cancelling woofers
Spatial Audio
Dolby Atmos
Three mic array
High-fidelity six-speaker sound with force-cancelling woofers
Spatial Audio
Dolby Atmos
Three mic array
Connectivity 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.0 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.3
Charger Starts at 67W USB-C Starts at 67W USB-C
Color Silver, Space Gray Silver, Space Gray

MacBook Pro with M2 Max & M2 Pro versus 2021 MacBook Pro – Design, Size, Weight

The 2021 and 2023 14-inch MacBook Pro dimensions are 0.61 inches by 12.31 inches by 8.71 inches, with a weight of 3.5 pounds. Meanwhile, the 2021 and 2023 16-inch model come in at 0.66 inches by 14.01 inches by 9.77 inches and weighs 4.7 pounds.

Choosing an M2 Max on a 2023 MacBook Pro will result in a device that weighs 3.6 pounds.

Each MacBook Pro comprises 100% recycled aluminum in the enclosure and uses 100% recycled rare earth elements in all magnets. The main logic board uses 100% recycled tin in the soldering, and multiple components use 35% or more recycled plastic.

2023 MacBook Pro versus 2021 MacBook Pro – Display

The resolution of the 2021 14-inch MacBook Pro was 3,024 by 1,964 pixels, and the 16-inch model was 3,456 by 2,234 pixels. The 2023 MacBook Pro models have the same number of pixels, and the old and new models have a density of 254 pixels-per-inch.

Both the new and older models sport a mini LED Liquid Retina XDR technology for the screen. It lets professionals use preset reference modes that set the color space, white point, gamma, and brightness on display. Professionals can also create custom reference modes.

Ports include Thunderbolt 4, SDXC, HDMI, Magsafe 3, and headphone

Ports include Thunderbolt 4, SDXC, HDMI, Magsafe 3, and headphone

The backlighting on all models provides brightness at 1,000 nits sustained full-screen and 1,600 nits at peak for HDR content. SDR brightness for the 2021 and 2023 MacBook Pros tops at 500 nits, and contrast ratios reach 1,000,000:1. The P3 wide color gamut supports one billion colors for smoother gradients.

The display on each model is ProMotion, meaning it can automatically adapt its refresh rate up to 120Hz or lower levels when necessary to conserve power.

The displays on every model also include True Tone, a technology that automatically adapts the display based on ambient lighting conditions to make colors appear consistent in different environments.

2023 MacBook Pro versus 2021 MacBook Pro – Processor

The base configuration of the M1 Pro chip had up to ten cores of CPU power, with eight performance cores and two efficiency cores. The integrated GPU provided up to 16 cores and 200GB/s of memory bandwidth, and all three configuration options offered a Neural Engine component with 16 cores.

The M1 Max had two configurations, starting with ten cores of CPU and 24 GPU cores, and customers could opt for an alternative configuration with a 32-core GPU. Similar to the M1 Pro, both configurations for the M1 Max came with a 16-core Neural Engine. It also featured 400GB/s of memory bandwidth.

Meanwhile, the powerful M2 Pro chip can offer up to a 12-core CPU and 19-core GPU and delivers up to 32GB of unified memory. It also features 200GB/s of unified memory bandwidth.

The powerful M2 Pro chip can offer up to a 12-core CPU and 19-core GPU and delivers up to 32GB of unified memory

The powerful M2 Pro chip can offer up to a 12-core CPU and 19-core GPU and delivers up to 32GB of unified memory

M2 Pro has 40 billion transistors, almost 20% more than the M1 Pro. It has up to eight high-performance cores and four high-efficiency cores, which results in CPU performance up to 20% faster than a 10-core CPU in M1 Pro.

The more powerful M2 Max chip has 67 billion transistors — which is 10 billion more than M1 Max and over three times that of M2, with a 12-core CPU. It has 400GB/s of unified memory bandwidth and supports up to 96GB of unified memory.

Both M2 Pro and M2 Max include Apple’s next-generation, 16-core Neural Engine, capable of 15.8 trillion operations per second, and it’s up to 40% faster than the previous generation.

M2 Pro supports hardware-accelerated H.264, HEVC, and ProRes video encoding and decoding. In contrast, the M2 Max features two video encode engines and two ProRes engines, bringing video encoding that is twice as fast as M2 Pro.

For reference, the M1 Pro and M1 Max also had Media Engines for ProRes video encoding and decoding.

Official benchmarking will have to wait until the models ship. According to Apple’s testing, expect about a 20% speed boost from M1 Max to M2 Max, or M1 Pro to M2 Pro.

An alleged Geekbench shows the 12-core M2 Pro Mac mini with 16GB of RAM getting significantly high scores, even beating out the M1 Max. Its single-core score is 1952, and multi-core score is 15013, while the M1 Max typically scores 1727 single-core and 12643 multi-core.

Even though the score was derived from a Mac mini, performance won’t be notably different in a MacBook. It seems the M2 Pro is quite the upgrade, but more will be determined once verified testing can be done.

2023 MacBook Pro versus 2021 MacBook Pro – Graphics

Apple didn’t offer a discrete GPU for the Apple Silicon MacBook Pro. Instead, it used a 14-core or 16-core GPU integrated into the M1 Pro chip and a 24-core or 32-core GPU inside the M1 Max variant.

The GPU in M2 Pro can be configured with up to 19 cores — three more than the GPU in M1 Pro — and includes a larger L2 cache. As a result, graphics speeds are up to 30% faster than the M1 Pro.

With M2 Max, effects rendering in Cinema 4D is up to 6x faster than the fastest Intel-based MacBook Pro and up to 30 percent faster than the previous generation

With M2 Max, effects rendering in Cinema 4D is up to 6x faster than the fastest Intel-based MacBook Pro and up to 30 percent faster than the previous generation

The M2 Max supports up to a 38-core GPU and features a larger L2 cache, with graphics speeds up to 30% faster than M1 Max.

With M2 Pro, animations in Motion render 80 percent faster than the Intel-based MacBook Pro, and 20 percent faster than the previous generation

With M2 Pro, animations in Motion render 80 percent faster than the Intel-based MacBook Pro, and 20 percent faster than the previous generation

The M1 Pro could output to two external 6K monitors at up to 60Hz. However, the M1 Max went much further in driving three 6K displays and an extra 4K screen at 60Hz.

Display support for the M2 Pro includes up to two external monitors with up to 6K resolution at 60Hz over Thunderbolt, or one with up to 6K at 60Hz over Thunderbolt and one with up to 4K at 144Hz over HDMI. Another option is one external display with 8K at 60Hz over Thunderbolt, or one external display at 4K resolution at 240Hz over HDMI.

The M2 Max can drive up to four external displays — up to three with 6K at 60Hz over Thunderbolt, and one up to 4K at 144Hz over HDMI. Another configuration for the M2 Max is three external displays — two at 6K resolution at 60Hz over Thunderbolt, and one up to 8K at 60Hz or 4K at 240Hz over HDMI.

2023 MacBook Pro versus 2021 MacBook Pro – Camera

Each model in the 2021 and 2023 MacBook Pro lineup includes a 1080p webcam. Using the M1 image signal processor and the Neural Engine, the 2021 MacBook Pro enhanced the sharpness and overall video quality.

The 2021 MacBook Pro introduced a notch in the display that houses the camera, and the 2023 MacBook Pro models are no different.

2023 MacBook Pro versus 2021 MacBook Pro – Storage, Connectivity, Power

The MacBook Pro lineup has a wide range of storage options, starting at 512GB and going up to 8TB on the 2021 and 2023 models. Each model also features three USB-C Thunderbolt 4 ports with support for charging, DisplayPort, Thunderbolt 4 up to 40Gb/s, and USB 4 up to 40Gb/s.

MagSafe 3 is a magnetically-affixed charger that can quickly disconnect from the MacBook Pro, preventing it from going flying if someone trips over the cable. And, the cables are now color-matched on the 2023 model.

Connectivity on the 2021 MacBook Pro models is Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) and Bluetooth 5.0, while the 2023 models feature Wi-Fi 6E (802.11ax) and Bluetooth 5.3, which we first saw in the iPhone 14 line, Apple Watch Series 8, and Apple Watch Ultra.

The 2021 14-inch MacBook Pro provided up to 17 hours of video playback, while the 16-inch model got up to 21 hours of video playback. At the time, Apple said this was the most extended battery life ever on a Mac laptop.

The 2023 14-inch MacBook Pro battery offers up to 18 hours of video playback, and up to 22 hours on the 2023 16-inch MacBook Pro. Apple tested video playback and battery using a 16-inch MacBook Pro with an M2 Pro that had a 12-core CPU and 19-core GPU, 16GB of memory, and a one terabyte SSD.

By playing HD 1080p content in the Apple TV app with the display brightness set to eight clicks from the bottom, Apple discovered the battery life, thouggh it can vary by use and configuration.

2023 MacBook Pro versus 2021 MacBook Pro – Other features

The Apple Silicon MacBook Pros have a Force Touch trackpad and a backlit Magic Keyboard. However, just like the 2021 MacBook Pro, the 2023 models don’t have a Touch Bar, and they do have a dedicated Touch ID button in the top-right corner of the keyboard.

For audio, the two generations use a trio of “studio-quality” mics in an array with a high signal-to-noise ratio and directional beamforming. Each model has a high-fidelity six-speaker sound system with force-canceling woofers.

The MacBook Pro keyboard

The MacBook Pro keyboard

The sound system supports wide stereo sound, spatial audio, and Dolby Atmos. The 3.5mm headphone jack has advanced support for high-impedance headphones. Additionally, the HDMI port supports multichannel audio output on the 2023 MacBook Pro.

The 2021 MacBook Pro also included an HDMI port but it didn’t support multichannel audio output.

2023 MacBook Pro versus 2021 MacBook Pro – Pricing

The prices have not changed with the 2023 MacBook Pro. The 14-inch model starts at $1,999 with a 10-core CPU and 16-core GPU M2 Pro on the base configuration. The 16-inch 2023 MacBook Pro starts at $2,499 with a 12-core CPU and 19-core GPU on an M2 Pro.

Customers buying the 2023 14-inch MacBook Pro can upgrade to an M2 Pro with a 12-core CPU and 19-core GPU, which adds $300 to the total price. Choosing an M2 Max with a 12-core CPU and 30-core GPU adds $500.

The 2023 MacBook Pro is available on January 24

The 2023 MacBook Pro is available on January 24

Additionally, the new 14-inch MacBook Pro has an option for an M2 Max with a 38-core option at $700. The 16-inch version also has two upgrade options for an M2 Max: a 30-core GPU that costs $200 and a 38-core GPU version that adds $400. Every chip has a 12-core CPU and 16-core Neural Engine.

The M2 Max chip can handle up to 96GB of memory, which adds an extra $1,200 to the price of the 14-inch 2023 MacBook Pro. Or, customers can choose 64GB for an additional $800 or 32GB for $400.

Increasing the storage on the 2021 and 2023 MacBook Pros from 512GB to 1TB is an extra $200, and moving to 2TB costs $600 from the base capacity. Going to 4TB adds $1,200 to the bill and $2,400 to max out the storage at 8TB.

Buyers of the 2023 14-inch MacBook Pro can upgrade to a 96W USB-C power adapter that adds $20 to the bill. It’s included as a free upgrade with a selection of M2 Pro with a 12-core CPU or M2 Max.

The new 16-inch model comes with a 140W USB-C power adapter without an option to choose a different version.

2023 MacBook Pro versus 2021 MacBook Pro – Which to Buy?

For new and existing Apple customers, the 2023 MacBook Pro is a worthy upgrade from the older 2021 version. With an M2 Pro, Mac developers can compile in Xcode up to 2.5 times faster than the fastest Intel MacBook Pro and up to 25% faster than the M1 Pro.

Image processing in Adobe Photoshop is up to 80% faster than the fastest Intel-based MacBook Pro and up to 40% faster than M1 Pro, a boon for photographers.

Meanwhile, the M2 Max can render effects in Cinema 4D up to six times faster than the fastest Intel-based MacBook Pro and up to 30% faster than the previous generation. Additionally, color-grading in DaVinci Resolve on the same chip is twice as fast as the fastest Intel-based MacBook Pro and up to 30% faster than the previous generation.

2023 MacBook Pro versus 2021 MacBook Pro – Where to Buy

Closeout MacBook Pro deals are in effect on the Late 2021 models, with discounts at press time reaching up to $500 off.

The new 2023 MacBook Pros can be ordered at Apple resellers, including BHPhotoVideo.com, Adorama.com and Amazon.com. You can compare prices and check availability in our Price Guides via the jump links below.



Apple unveils MacBook Pro featuring M2 Pro and M2 Max





Kuo doubles down on iPhone 15 Pro having no physical buttons


Buttons on the side of an iPhone



Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has again claimed that the iPhone 15 Pro will switch to solid-state buttons, but this time saying supply chain sources have identified the component manufacturer.

In October 2022, Kuo said that the “volume button and power button” of the Pro editions of the iPhone 15 range would cease to be physical buttons. He compared them to the home button on the iPhone SE 2, which does not physically press down, but gives taptic feedback as if it does.

Now he’s chiefly repeating the same detail, but says it comes from his latest survey. For the first time, Kuo’s sources also specify that Cirrus Logic will be what he calls “the primary winner” from Apple’s move.

Previously, Kuo has said he expects Android manufacturers to follow suit. This time he’s predicting more generally that “if users respond well… I think it may be adopted in other high-end models of product lines in the future.”

The volume and sleep/wake buttons reside on the edges of the iPhone chassis, and that chassis has been the subject of rumors about other redesigns. It’s predicted that the iPhone 15 range will see a rounded edge design, and may be made of titanium instead of the current, heavier stainless steel.



Lowest price ever: Apple M1 Max MacBook Pro 16-inch (32GB RAM, 1TB SSD) on sale for $2,999


This MacBook Pro is loaded with upgrades.



An exclusive $500 discount on Apple’s high-end MacBook Pro 16-inch delivers the lowest price we’ve seen on the loaded configuration. Plus, save $80 on AppleCare.

Better than Black Friday pricing is here on Apple’s high-end retail MacBook Pro 16-inch that’s packed with upgrades. Pick up the M1 Max configuration sporting a 32-core GPU, 32GB of memory and a spacious 1TB SSD for $2,999 in Space Gray when you enter promo code APINSIDER during checkout.

According to our market research and own price tracking, this is the lowest price we’ve seen on part number MK1A3LL/A. The loaded configuration helps future proof the system thanks to its robust GPU that’s great for content creation, as well as the extra memory (32GB instead of the standard 16GB). The $500 discount is in the form of a $150 instant rebate already in place stacked with the $350 promo code.

You can also save on AppleCare, which is $80 off when you tack on the 3-year extended protection plan to the system in your Adorama cart and enter the APINSIDER coupon code during checkout. Step-by-step activation instructions can be found below.

In our 16-inch Macbook Pro Price Guide, which tracks the latest offers across Apple Authorized Resellers like Adorama, B&H, Amazon and Best Buy, you’ll find the APINSIDER discounts at Adorama offer the lowest prices on dozens of models. If you want to jump directly to Adorama’s deals, head over to the site and enter promo code APINSIDER during checkout to see how much you can save.



Daily Deals Dec. 21: $400 off MacBook Pro, 48% off Philips Hue bulbs, 32% off Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 & more


Save 32% on a Samsung Galaxy Watch 4



Wednesday’s best deals include LG 55″ Class 4K UHD Smart LED TV 14% off, Hisense 58″ Class 4K UHD LED LCD Roku Smart TV for $338, 5th Gen Echo Dot 33% off, and more.

Every day, the AppleInsider team scours online stores to find deep discounts and deals on the best tech gadgets, including deals on Apple devices, HomeKit accessories, drones, and other products. We share our top finds in our Daily Deals list to help you save money.



Pro Display XDR update with Apple Silicon one of many in-development monitors


Apple’s Pro Display XDR





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Apple’s next monitor releases will include an update to the Pro Display XDR, with multiple screens allegedly in development that will use Apple Silicon to improve performance.

When Apple introduced the Studio Display, it included an A13 chip to handle features such as Center Stage and Spatial Audio processing. For Apple’s follow-up monitor launches, it will employ the same principle.

Apple has multiple new external displays in development, so says Mark Gurman in his “Power On” newsletter for Bloomberg, with the list including an update to the Pro Display XDR. While details of the model’s specifications aren’t mentioned, Gurman does admit it is possible the screen could ship after the launch of a new Apple Silicon Mac Pro, as the computer is further in development.

The Pro Display XDR launched in 2019 at the same time as the current Intel-based Mac Pro.

The new monitors will include Apple Silicon in some form, the newsletter continues, in the same fashion as the Studio Display. The chip handles processing of display-related tasks, taking part of the workload off the connected Mac, as well as enabling some extra features.

In the Studio Display, this included handling Center Stage, a feature that automatically zoomed and reframed the built-in webcam’s video feed for FaceTime calls, so that the user was always in frame.

Along with a new Pro Display XDR, the Studio Display could be joined by the previously-rumored Studio Display Pro, which is speculated to have a 27-inch display using mini LED and ProMotion. However, while it was speculated in May to launch in October, that launch did not materialize, making early 2023 more plausible.



Amazon drops 11-inch iPad Pro M2 to $719, arrives by Christmas


Save up to $100 on iPad Pros



Looking for a last-minute gift for Christmas? Amazon has Apple’s M2 iPad Pro 11-inch in stock and ready to be dispatched to your door by December 25 — with up to $100 in savings.

Want to put together the ultimate gift package? The Apple Pencil 2 is marked down to $89 ($40 off retail) with delivery by Christmas, an excellent complement to the M2 iPad Pro. Be sure to check delivery dates for your specific shipping address, though, as dates are subject to change.