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  • Max Tech
    Max Tech  2 years ago +217

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    • Call of duty And much more
      Call of duty And much more 7 months ago

      Your baby look cute

    • Aloha Mark
      Aloha Mark Year ago

      I have the original iPad (day 1 release, still works) and the 2020 Gen 4 model. Nothing is future proof, and by the winter of 2021 we should see the announcement of the 2022 model. The only thing you should be comparing is the latest Samsung Galaxy Pad against Apple's. Sammie loses just due to their insistence on dimming the Clip-Share app during pause. This bad decision put me back in the Apple camp.

    • michael robinson
      michael robinson 2 years ago

      Catsincage

    • michael robinson
      michael robinson 2 years ago

      Leweise H.]

    • KittyAsma lol
      KittyAsma lol 2 years ago

      I want 2020 iPad pro plasssss

  • Mac Roid
    Mac Roid Month ago +5

    Can someone please tell me if it's still worth buying the iPad Pro 2018 model now? Will it give me problems with updates in the coming years and is it future proof for someone who will mainly use it for only procreate for example/some editing? And is the battery replaceable? Thank you!

    • Dwade561
      Dwade561 9 days ago

      I bought one at a pawn shop the 12.9 inch with cellular data for 300 bucks. I already have a 11 inch and it was such a great deal I had to buy it it’s in our perfect shape no scratches or any damage and it has a screen protector, I already checked the 2021 iPad Pro out but I know that they should have a redesign within a year so whenever that comes out I will get that to keep everything fresh but it definitely is a good deal

    • burnt potato
      burnt potato 17 days ago

      I have one that was bought in 2019 and it works PERFECTLY. I do recommend it because I use it every day.

    • Mac Roid
      Mac Roid Month ago

      @Mansour Ghorbel Thank you!

    • Mansour Ghorbel
      Mansour Ghorbel Month ago +2

      I brought a renewed ipad pro 2018 12.9 inch from amazon and every thing works well
      There is sometimes a difficulty in exporting large files in goodnotes
      I dont use procreate (i am a med student ) there is many videos in yt you can cheak
      In my opinion if you have the budget go for newer models

  • RICKY SEKHON
    RICKY SEKHON 2 years ago +1262

    Let me tell you one advantage of the new ipad for us the older one’s got cheaper ✌🏻✌🏻

    • Joseph M.U.
      Joseph M.U. Year ago

      Just bought a 12.9 for $450

    • Minnie Allen Sunglao
      Minnie Allen Sunglao 2 years ago

      So true! Hahaha just got a 2018 12.9 inch 256gb model for half the price lol

    • zKai
      zKai 2 years ago +1

      TRUE THAT

    • 雪隠
      雪隠 2 years ago

      @Written Eulogy Im in Singapore saw yesterday at a Mall, 2018 1TB model celllular also at $950 (USD)

    • Written Eulogy
      Written Eulogy 2 years ago +1

      superchibiwings where do you see that? I haven’t been able to find one that was 1 terabyte from 2018 every time I searched it said gb and it was getting close in price to the 2020 iPad.

  • Celeste Rice
    Celeste Rice 2 years ago +4

    I have the original iPad Pro 12.9 2016 version and upgraded to the iPad Pro 12.9 2020 and noticed a big difference as no home button, has faceID which is a big plus. I love the new version compared to the first one.

  • Marcus Jacobs
    Marcus Jacobs 2 years ago +5

    Very good and informative video thank you! This video basically says that both iPad pros are pretty much the same other then the Memory. Its not worth upgrading to in my opinion until a newer model with a new A13 chip comes out. Only thing worth getting right away is the new keyboard it looks awesome!

  • KYC10
    KYC10 2 years ago +1956

    Lemme give y'all a summary: other than an extra camera and the 3D sensor, they are basically the same device

    • Smile-Oki
      Smile-Oki 2 months ago

      should I buy the 2018 pro now (early 2023 coming)?

    • Tehe e
      Tehe e 9 months ago

      And an extra gpu core

    • Prosper Omiponle
      Prosper Omiponle 11 months ago

      @Hunchback Hunchback M1 has entered the chat

    • Derek Kye
      Derek Kye Year ago

      Wrong Ram is different

    • Salman Nadeem
      Salman Nadeem Year ago

      nah there is 2 extra gb ram and bending issues solved etc you gotta count those

  • Khal Ata
    Khal Ata Month ago

    Thanks alot for this video

  • G Fraser
    G Fraser 2 years ago +1

    Nice review , very well detailed , I am sure you will save some from upgrading from the 2018 based on this , I was contemplating it myself but more to switch from the 11 2018 to the 12.9 2020 , but think I will just stay put , I do like the look of the new Smart Keyboard , after carrying out all my work on my iPad Pro this is the keyboard we should have had along time ago particularly with the pass through. Keep up the good reviews , stay safe and take care

  • Dave Bassi
    Dave Bassi 2 years ago +5

    Awesome review! Thanks!
    Forget the lidar camera for a minute
    What most ppl are not taking into consideration is 4GB of ram vs 6GB.
    That along w an extra GPU core & better thermal & performance of A12Z.
    2020 Pro is what Apple wanted the 2018 to be.
    The ram upgrade alone is future proofing better. As more Ipad OS updates keep coming out they get bigger & require more system resources & slow down the once fast purchased product.
    Conclusion: if you have 2018 version do not upgrade.
    If you are trying to decide on one get the 2020 to future proof yourself.
    -Cheers

  • vanessa ammar
    vanessa ammar 2 years ago +2

    Hi :) first of all thank you for making this video I found it very informative and well constructed!
    I do have a question that I would like to ask, as far as future proofing. I live outside of the United States, and am faced with a significant price difference between the 2018 model and the 2020 model- where for the same amount storage (say 128GB) the 2018 version would cost me $260 Less than the 2020 version. I'm tight on cash, but I would like to be able to use the iPad for as long as possible. Do you think the higher price is justifiable? Will the 2018 version be outdated (as far as compatible apps go) significantly sooner than the 2020 version? I will be using the tablet mainly as a laptop substitute and for graphics and digital illustration purposes.
    Thank you so much for all of the help you provide us with! You are greatly appreciated!

  • Reggie Sanders
    Reggie Sanders 2 years ago

    Question: I think you’re right about upgrading. However, I have a flawless (no scratches) 2018 iPad Pro 12.9 model, and I think it would be a good move to upgrade as its value will continue to drop. What should I ask for it? $600 to $650?

  • Adriel Olvera
    Adriel Olvera 2 years ago

    I have the 2018 64GB iPad Pro. It sometimes overheats a bit and dims the screen when editing in Lightroom. Would there be a significant difference comparing it to the 2020 iPad Pro since it has 6gb of RAM to justify the upgrade?
    Thanks!

  • Apoorva
    Apoorva 2 years ago +1

    So for those looking for a quick summary...
    The weights differ but the diff. is negligible. The display on the 2018 iPad models and the 2020 iPad models is exactly the same - but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. They’re not the highest-resolution displays out there, but they look great, and graphic designers and video editors should have no problems with them.
    My opinion : The 2018 iPad Pro is still worth buying if you can find it for $700 or less. It's very powerful and matches the 2020 model in many ways. The upcoming Magic Keyboard with Trackpad supports it, too. So yeah right now the price of iPad pro 2018 has gone down and basically most of us don't use that many camera's lol. To conlude , I'll just go with iPad 2018. BUT you might have another point of view and I respect that 😁

  • Alex Gelinas
    Alex Gelinas 2 years ago +2

    For someone who hasn't had a tablet since 2012, this was very helpful! One question though, would a used (or refurb) 2018 pro be a better deal than a brand new 2020? Or is the warranty/futureproofing worth the difference in price?

    • Alex Gelinas
      Alex Gelinas 2 years ago +1

      @Max Tech thank you for taking the time to reply! Much appreciated, and hope you and yours have been well =)

    • Max Tech
      Max Tech  2 years ago +2

      I think a used or refurb 2018 model would be a great deal for those who don’t mind. There are people who absolutely must have brand new devices. If that’s not you, go for it :) -Vadim

  • UltimateAviator
    UltimateAviator 2 years ago +13

    You guys always do such an amazing job comparing different generations of Apple products, such as the iPad. I already have the 2018 model and was really debating on whether or not to upgrade, and this video helped out so much. Keep it up!

  • Sourav Datta
    Sourav Datta 2 years ago

    Very informative video. I was pretty confused, whether should I upgrade or not, as I am using the 2018 iPad Pro. After watching this video, I am confirmed that I should not go for the upgrade. Thanks a ton, man!!!

  • Eagle 81
    Eagle 81 2 years ago

    Thanks for the video, a lot of great points. Got a question for you… I had the 2018 iPad Pro but I sold it which I now regret. I’m thinking about buying the 2020 iPad Pro or maybe the new iPad Air or waiting for the next iPad Pro model to be released, any advice?

  • Tony Ward
    Tony Ward 2 years ago

    Good comparison - Thank You! The challenge is commentators are expecting another new iPAD PRO to be released in the 4th QTR with 5G and a much faster processor. Given the limited differences between the 2018 and the 2020 perhaps waiting is the best option.

  • Gil Aguilera
    Gil Aguilera 2 years ago +8

    I feel the 2020 iPad Pro will be a great investment that'll hold its own in performance and reliability for years.

  • MBerg
    MBerg 2 years ago +24

    Thanks for your review; it confirmed my choice of four days age: upgrading from an iPad mini 5th gen. 64GB, to a 2020 11” iPad Pro, 256GB. Arriving in about a week. Like what I hear about the new iPad Pro. Getting one for my daughter, too, for use during 4-5 years of college, so we hope this will last her throughout. We both got the 2nd gen. Apple Pencil, too. Can’t wait for our unboxing! AND... Eugene is a cutie! Subscribed!

  • pmjones13
    pmjones13 2 years ago

    Thank you. I am now satisfied with my choice. I upgraded from the 2016 iPad Pro to the 2020 iPad Pro with the 512G. I loved my previous one but with school work I ran out of space.

  • Ihabiano
    Ihabiano Year ago +1

    Nice video.
    As a 3D artist, there's a HUGE difference.
    1- MUCH better pen.
    2- insanely more useful camera, since you can use the LiDAR sensor.. one could make a tone of money with that by 3d scanning houses for real estates n things like that.
    3- better performance on drawing/ sculpting/3d apps.
    If you need the iPad for entertainment... the difference may feel marginal.

  • Sir Morgan-Legaux
    Sir Morgan-Legaux 2 years ago +1

    Just upgraded my iPad 2018 to the 2020 and the WiFi speed is a huge difference with that new WiFi 6. Needed the extra space that was the main reason for upgrading.

  • Fernando Vargas
    Fernando Vargas 2 years ago +1

    One thing it might pass unnoticed at first is that the 2020 iPad Pro has a much weaker brightness on the left side, while the 2018 model has a better brightness distribution.

  • Gerard Truesdale
    Gerard Truesdale 2 years ago +1

    Upgraded from a 2018 and i can see a difference in the snapiness...there are also a lot of apps that work very differently on the 2020 iPad pro versus the 2018 sitting on my desk as i type this with the magic keyboard 2.

  • Hope OnMars
    Hope OnMars 2 years ago

    Was supposed to buy the ipad pro 2020 128gb for 48k here in the Philippines cause I thought the difference from ipad pro 2018 is huge. Ended up ordering ipad pro 2018 256GB only for 45k knowing that its almost the same and I'll be using it for drawing so I aimed for the higher memory. Thank you for this nice review!

  • Derrick Ball
    Derrick Ball 2 years ago +2

    Thanks for that awesome review. I been debating if I’m gonna upgrade to the 2020 model. I’m gonna stick with my 2018 model and wait on the release of the new magic keyboard.

  • Ayaz Saeed
    Ayaz Saeed 2 years ago +227

    I was looking forward to buying 2020 model but after seeing this video, I feel its better to get 2018 and save some money

    • # ER
      # ER 2 years ago

      @LouiG G how can a student afford it?

    • DeepMind of X
      DeepMind of X 2 years ago

      It feels better to get the better Ipad which is the 2020

    • Judith Evans
      Judith Evans 2 years ago

      Got my 2018 iPad Pro’s (11 and 12.9” 64g both) in 2018 and still waiting to run out of space, have lots of work on it but still 4g left space, love them one for home only one for travel.

    • no
      no 2 years ago +2

      Thermal cooling, camera, lidar sensor, slightly better battery, better cpu, and more. I had the 2018 iPad Pro and now I have the 2020 iPad Pro, the 2020 is much better. For example when i’m in games it’s so much smoother and faster and doesn’t get that heated up as the 2018 iPad Pro.

    • Dani Flores
      Dani Flores 2 years ago

      The extra 100usd will be for the apple pencil ;)

  • Zazai
    Zazai 2 years ago +7049

    Why would someone dislike this video. The guy brought a baby

    • It Eddie
      It Eddie 8 months ago

      No one dislked.

    • Gregory Dale Mostella
      Gregory Dale Mostella Year ago

      What's up Eugene!!!

    • prismstudios001
      prismstudios001 Year ago

      I dislike small children with a passion. I don’t see how anyone could hold, or even touch one of these loathe some little things….

    • John De Leon
      John De Leon Year ago

      Maybe because they like him. Can’t accept that he’s taken 😂

    • demon6937
      demon6937 2 years ago

      yeah the man is just doing for a living

  • Mark Moore
    Mark Moore Year ago +2

    Team 2018! The 2018 is still an amazing machine in mid-2021 it’s unreal. Love this thing. The 2020 is a beast itself too tho.

  • sillyrabbit77
    sillyrabbit77 2 years ago

    I picked up a used 2018 pro with 12.9 inch screen for $600. Coming from the 2018 10.2 and I wanted better performance and graphics on my daily use (I use an iPad for everything it seems) and the option to have a big second monitor for my MacBook Pro when mobile (for day trading).

  • Dachely Hernandez
    Dachely Hernandez 2 years ago +1

    Hello! I loved the video and I definitely want to go for the iPad Pro 2018. But Iam really confused about the difference between the 2018 1st and 2nd generations. Could someone explain it to me ?

  • James McCann
    James McCann 2 years ago

    I bought the 2018 version a few months ago, and was kinda annoyed when the 2020 version came out straight after I bought the 2018 version, but to be honest I feel like the camera is the only main difference... and let’s be honest, it’s an iPad, I’m not worried about camera quality

  • Nick Campbell
    Nick Campbell 2 years ago +27

    Great review, everything I was hoping to learn a lot more! I’m going to pick up my brothers 2018 model. Thank you

  • BrunodeMalaisie
    BrunodeMalaisie 2 years ago +15

    I have the iPad Pro 10.5 and I’ll go for the 2020 for the storage and the wifi 6. Great comparison. You’ve got a new subscriber!!!

  • Javier Bonilla
    Javier Bonilla 8 months ago

    Excellent review. Truly informative. Thank you.

  • Daniel Kim
    Daniel Kim 2 years ago

    Could the reason for the slower movie export time on the 2020 iPad be due to the fact there may have been other apps still installing from iCloud when the device was setup? I noticed on the home screen swipe the 2020 still have several apps being downloaded and installed? I just can't imagine the 2020 being slower haha.

  • thecandymachine
    thecandymachine 2 years ago +463

    After watching about 10 other videos, none of them tested and compared it as well as you did! I don't usually login to youtube, but I had to do it to subscribe! Cause you earned it ! Thanks !

    • Lemodo
      Lemodo 2 years ago +1

      Wait were you at the library?

    • Günnår Algøtsmann
      Günnår Algøtsmann 2 years ago +1

      Strange, the download-speed on my iPad 6gen. is 243 GB. Upload is 17 GB. Did nothing special, it comes like this. Stay safe and well. Blessings to all of you.

    • KS
      KS 2 years ago +3

      Exactly

    • Hunter Kirby
      Hunter Kirby 2 years ago +11

      Also, no one else had a baby in the video

    • Max Tech
      Max Tech  2 years ago +21

      Thank you for the support! :)

  • batmanunleashed
    batmanunleashed 2 years ago +306

    No cursing, no overreacting, clear enunciation, and a baby. You got my like and my sub. With that said, I guess if i have to upgrade from my iPad Pro 9.3", i'd probably still go with the iPad Pro 2020 given the relatively same price range with the 2018. You are right though, if the iPad Pro 2018 256gb goes down to around $650, then yup, that's the way i'm going with. Thanks for a very informative review. We all need a little escape from the reality of the world today.

  • Lynnex L
    Lynnex L 2 years ago +1

    Thanks for this. I’m going to get the 2020 since I’m upgrading from the 2016 9.7 Pro. With the trade-in and my uni discount shaving a lil off, it’ll be worth it.

  • Maureen Kenyon
    Maureen Kenyon 2 years ago

    Thank you for doing such a great job comparing, I bought my iPad Pro back in December, still love it, thanks!

  • Maxwell's Unearthly
    Maxwell's Unearthly 2 years ago

    Own the 2018 iPad pro 12.9, not really a reason to upgrade for a small performance boost, plus I got more storage space for a cheaper price, I plan to keep mine for atleast 5 years, and the maybe upgrade. Great video.

  • ramr
    ramr 2 years ago

    Thanks for this video. First time watching your video and I have already subscribed to it. I own an iPad Pro 2018 model but its the 64GB model and I am running out of space. Do you think the iPad Pro 2020 would be worth an “upgrade” in this case?

  • Na
    Na 2 years ago +1

    Heartwarming seeing a loving Dad with his sweet baby in his arms. Thanks for breaking the video up into parts; so convenient. I went with the iPad Pro 11" 2020 256gb with a Speck case and a 2nd gen Apple Pencil.

  • Nicholeena N
    Nicholeena N 2 years ago

    I am so glad I caught this video, I had the Air 2 and wanted to get into Procreate with the apple pencil 2 so I needed to upgrade my ipad. I walked into Best Buy today to ask questions and was gonna settle on the newest air, but the other girl who worked there told me about a sale online right now, there was literally 1 Ipad pro 2018 left at the sale price online and none in stores...(yes I looked myself lol), so I jumped at the chance , almost $300 off...so I got the Ipad Pro 11 2018 with a magnetic cover and glass screen protector with an iPencil 2 added in for $1095 CAD. So I started doubting myself when I got home and thought maybe I should have gotten the 2020...but after watching this I am so happy with my purchase...Thanks :)

  • sercan e
    sercan e 2 years ago

    Thanks for this test. I bought ipad pro 3 months ago (it was a good deal I got it 256 model but it was 64gb model prices) it makes me feel good there is no differences.

  • Keith Ian
    Keith Ian 2 years ago +13

    This was a helpful video. Finally a reviewer that showed the sound and didn't assume all of us have used or know about the 2018 iPad pro. I currently have an over two year old Google Pixelbook.

  • athloneduke
    athloneduke 2 years ago +5

    Excellent review, best I've seen to date. Maybe worth improving and updating my 2016 model

  • Leslie Lewis
    Leslie Lewis 2 years ago

    Just finally upgraded to ipad pro 11 2018 for 625$ total a very nice upgrade from my ipad air 2 was initially going to go with the 2017 model but for less than 200$ more decided to go for the biggest upgrade

  • Issie wizzie
    Issie wizzie 2 years ago

    That’s one thing I’ve noticed very few apps take advantage of this processor speed

  • Keith French
    Keith French Year ago

    Nicely done, great job comparing and providing both visual and audio ques

  • OneCharmingQuark
    OneCharmingQuark 2 years ago +123

    You should test the RAM difference. You could test the number of background apps you can keep open, or how many layers Photoshop can handle.

    • Behelit
      Behelit 2 years ago

      @Manas Pradhan thanks

    • Manas Pradhan
      Manas Pradhan 2 years ago +1

      @Behelit yup, many videos test it out too

    • Behelit
      Behelit 2 years ago

      @Manas Pradhan I was wondering that, are there a difference on procreate maximum layers/pixels?

    • Switch Unboxing
      Switch Unboxing 2 years ago

      OneCharmingQuark How is photoshop on the iPad? Looking for an excuse to buy one of these lol

    • Switch Unboxing
      Switch Unboxing 2 years ago

      True

  • loserock1
    loserock1 2 years ago

    LiDAR can be the most interesting part. But it’s currently overpriced and could be more interesting a few years later. I am a senior architect student, and also a programmer and a physicist. So, I’m interested in the future of AR and I’m also a fan of the Apple Pencil. But this 2020 upgrade is more like an iPad Pro 2018 v2.
    The innovated trackpad and mouse support seems well, I’ve tried on my 2017 iPad Pro with the iPadOS 13.4 upgrade. It’s just OK. If I have a 2018/2020 iPP, I’ve no reason to buy the overpriced keyboard. I like the “classic” Smart Keyboard, it’s thin and lightweight with occasional connection issues, but it works. Using a trackpad and a mouse with an iPad can be good at a working desk, but seems to be useless on the field. At the desk, much cheaper mouse, keyboard or trackpad can be accessible. And a MacBook is better on that scale, for a similar overall price. The new keyboard seems to be too heavy. May be the target group are the rich and representative companies.

  • Edward Robinson
    Edward Robinson 2 years ago

    I just ran a Speedtest on my 2018 IPAD Pro using the same speedtest.net app that you used on my 400/20 connection and download speed was 459Mbps down and 22 Mbps up over WIFI which are the max speeds my router is putting out so I’m not sure why there was a difference between your iPad 2018/2020 models.

  • Javarro Long
    Javarro Long 2 years ago

    I’m happy with my 2018 pro 12,9 inch, nothing too essential for the switch up. Good review!👌

  • Dan
    Dan 2 years ago

    I am going to buy a pro for the first time.
    Wanted to know if the battery life is better in a 11 inch than a 12.9 ? As the 12.9 has more surface area so does it drain battery faster than a 11 ?
    Similarly 4GB vs 6 GB ?

  • Salty Boi
    Salty Boi 2 years ago +8

    Honestly pretty disappointed in the new iPad Pro. I have the 2018 model and the 2020 is just barely better. The upgrades for the 2020 compared to the 2018 model are pretty useless for my use case.
    Here’s hoping that the next iPad Pro is actually innovative. I’d love to see a micro-LED screen, better speakers, 12GB RAM, better front facing camera (video conferencing/facetime), better screen resolution, and renegotiation with Google over their video codec for Clip-Share 4K support. Now that would be worth upgrading for.

    • Martha Speaks
      Martha Speaks 2 years ago

      Salty Boi also smaller bezels and pop up front facing camera

  • Aravinth PP
    Aravinth PP 2 years ago

    For editing video on LumaFusion in iPad Pro Should we need to import the file to iPad internal storage or we can edit it simply by connecting an External SSD (files saved in it) ?

  • -CT- Celcom Techniques

    The bad result for the 2020 iPad Pro while exporting is due to the slower 128GB storage chip compared to the previous 64GB model. Apple is not new to this kind of meanness. When they offered a 128GB iPhone 8 model, some Clip-Sharers noticed that slowdown for a strange reason. They discovered that it was in fact a slower 128GB chip.

  • shiroo白夕
    shiroo白夕 2 years ago +7

    I appreciate how you synced the audio perfectly from 2 devices

  • Ringo Ghou
    Ringo Ghou 2 years ago

    Great video! I think you really should have included the RAM comparison tho...

  • R. Lee
    R. Lee 2 years ago +53

    Glad to see the differences are minor since I just bought a 2018 512GB Wifi-Only 11" Pro for a steal at $700 on eBay and it's been great.

    • R. Lee
      R. Lee 2 years ago

      @chloe thompson I checked many refurbishments directly from Apple and a 512GB 11in was nowhere near $500. Though this purchase was before the latest was officially released, but I'm happy overall.

    • R. Lee
      R. Lee 2 years ago

      @Союз Экс Ди It was mint. I opened the box and it was wrapped as if it were brand new.

    • Cola
      Cola 2 years ago

      I got My 2018 IPad Pro 12.9, Apple Pencil and case for $800 Canadian. I got mine from a guy selling it, perfect condition and I got it a few months after it released. It’s been perfect since then.

    • chloe thompson
      chloe thompson 2 years ago

      R. Lee go with refurbished it’s only $500

    • Alessandro Pagani
      Alessandro Pagani 2 years ago

      i got a renewd one , which was only a return , on amazon for 700£. ipad pro 12.9 256gb it arrived in mint condition just no original box and charger

  • Epico
    Epico 2 years ago

    I hope Apple makes a new Ipad mini with the same design as the pros. The minimalist design is the best!

  • Rinzel
    Rinzel 2 years ago +1

    I would chose iPad Pro 2018 over that 2020 , no big difference, that lidar and ultrawide are useless because most of the user of iPad doesn’t use camera so much🤣 and the A12Z is just the same with A12X so no big difference.

  • Tal Leron
    Tal Leron 2 years ago

    Thanks! What about testing the pen responsivity improvements?

  • Grace hello_hi
    Grace hello_hi 2 years ago +1

    Thank you for this, very clear and helpful 😀

  • Mike0193Azul
    Mike0193Azul 2 years ago +1

    Great in depth comparison 💯👍🏽

  • Arieorange
    Arieorange 2 years ago

    Very helpful and informative review, thank you

  • Arieorange
    Arieorange 2 years ago

    Very helpful and informative review, thank you

  • Gary Morrison
    Gary Morrison 2 years ago

    Excellent comparison! I might upgrade since my older-style iPad has a bright spot on the screen (not clear how it got there...) No super-rush though.
    It sounds like the best reason to upgrade would be if you use it for photography or AR. Question: Does the LIDAR sensor also use for photographic purposes?

  • Pete1
    Pete1 2 years ago +43

    I love MAX TECH! Long time follower since the beginning.... I enjoy how analytical he is with his reviews ... Keep up the great work. Forever a subscriber. :-) Blessings to you, the baby and family.

  • neilt11
    neilt11 2 years ago

    I found that the 1018 keyboard folio is useable with the 2020 iPad, the camera bump is not that bad of fit.

  • Miss Ryuza
    Miss Ryuza 2 years ago

    I heard popping in the 2020 microphone test, and I'm not sure if it was from the device or the process of audio to the video editing, but it was a problem I had with the playback of footage in my Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.

  • Schmidt András
    Schmidt András 2 years ago

    For wifi tests you need to check if the bt is on or off, and test the speed in both way to make it sense.

  • OS Premier
    OS Premier 2 years ago

    First choice was the 2020 model but none were available for a few weeks and didnt want to buy used. Ended up buying the 2018 model for 730 with 256gb and dont regret it at all.

  • Dan Lin
    Dan Lin 2 years ago +22

    Eugene’s a little Max Tech reviewer in the making !
    Still gotta say thank you for all the info you put out. I picked up my last MacBook Pro because of your recommendation and I’m excited to see what you have to say on the new iPad Pros

  • Qeefin
    Qeefin 2 years ago

    Where you were a bit confused with the exports, the software is still being optimized for the new 2020 chip and hardware.

  • joseph aderiye
    joseph aderiye 2 years ago

    Fantastic review all the differential points emphasised well done

  • Ange Alexiel
    Ange Alexiel 2 years ago +4

    i'm glad i kept my 2018 ipad pro bought on the black friday for a good price , i was afraid a bit of an much better vers. coming now , like OLED screen A13 ect. but quite franjly this refresh seems weird to me .. i only see the LIDAR as a real cool improvment and 2 Gb of ram .. but that"s really weird, i'm expecting apple to refresh the ipad pro near the end of this year or very early next year with better improvements.

  • paras joshi
    paras joshi 2 years ago

    very practical guidance for ipad pro and its differences... 👍🏻

  • hokyto chandra
    hokyto chandra 2 years ago

    thank you for all of those detail test ! it means a lot for me. nice job. well done

  • Letizia Roselli
    Letizia Roselli 2 years ago +12

    Thank you so much, this was extremely helpful❤️👍🏻

  • AZ Kids Daily
    AZ Kids Daily 2 years ago +1

    Very well presented for me looking of buying one next month. Thank you very much

  • Vasco Pais Brandão
    Vasco Pais Brandão 2 years ago

    Regarding the prices vs storage, let me just tell you guys that in Europe is absolutely the opposite. The 2018 11” is with 256gb is 909euros, and the 2020 128gb is also 909 euros, so double the storage for almost the same iPad. I just bought a 256 2018 for 820 euros (discount). In Europe, I my opinion it best to buy the 2018 model (the 64gb 2018 is between 700/800 depending on the stores).

  • Karan Magdum
    Karan Magdum 2 years ago +3

    Always look forward to your videos !! So detailed, so well crafter !! Keep it up 👏

  • Gregory Dale Mostella

    Really nice - packed with great need to know information.

  • at7229
    at7229 2 years ago

    I mean, this doesn't seem like much of an upgrade. It's slightly heavier and has a slightly smaller battery. The only improvement is the camera, and if you do go for that upgrade, it means you have to repurchase cases / keyboard covers. The real upgrade here is the OS and Magic Keyboard, and both of those are compatible with the 2018 iPad Pros. I see no reason to upgrade. If fact, I'd recommend people buy the 2018 iPad Pro instead of the current one, because you'll get essentially the same functionality for a cheaper price tag.
    Also, I'm really surprised by people saying the iPad Pro has tons of processing power. The two things I use technology for on a daily basis are art and coding. The iPad can't run heavy duty art apps. Yes, it has Procreate, but try creating even just a 8000x6000 canvas. You'll get a grand total of 7 layers. If you're used to working at high resolutions with high speeds, the iPad simply can't hold up. And the iPad also has essentially no software development tools, and likely because it can't handle it. Xcode takes a toll on my Macbook Pro, and I think an iPad Pro would just fall apart trying to run CPU-intensive programs.
    The biggest problem with Apple calling the iPad a computer is the lack of customizability. A computer is a pro-level device because you can download whatever software you want, place applications where ever you want, and customize almost every aspect of the interface and interaction. With an iPad, you're limited to the App Store, you can have a max of 3 applications open at once, and individual app developers can opt out of providing this functionality. I mean, can you imagine the outrage if you ran Netflix on your computer and it wouldn't let you do anything else at the same time?
    In my opinion, an iPad Pro is a great side tool. I use it daily for entertainment, reading textbooks, and doing homework. But if I have to write a paper, take an online quiz, do a project, code, or produce serious artwork, the iPad cannot hold up. So for that reason, I don't consider the iPad very "pro", let alone a computer.

  • Tala mou
    Tala mou 2 years ago +28

    I’ve never gotten adequate information to make a decision from one short video, in this one i did. Thank you.

  • Ollie Broom
    Ollie Broom 2 years ago +21

    Just bought the 2020 11” and it’s amazing so far, just waiting for the magic Keyboard

    • sahar!
      sahar! 2 years ago

      *jerryrigeverything has joined the chat*

    • Kendall Br
      Kendall Br 2 years ago

      Did it bend?

  • Thomas Wheeler
    Thomas Wheeler 2 years ago +59

    Great comparison, finally someone who has gone indepth with the LIDAR

  • Hashib Sadik
    Hashib Sadik 2 years ago

    weird they do same pricing. I like the 2018 better because it looks much more professional and minimalistic with just one camera. I'd go for that one, if the price were dropped a bit

  • Ansu Kumari
    Ansu Kumari 2 years ago +1

    2020 is not necessarily a better device it's just a better time to buy the ipad (same price, more storage, more ram, more future proofing). With that said, really looking forward to ipad air 2020!

  • Jackie-Lou Irish
    Jackie-Lou Irish 2 years ago

    I liked this video! And your channel. The content are honest and it doesn't have sponsors which means you do reviews on personal honest opinions instead on goals to deliver an impressive promotion.

  • Ferly Aninditya
    Ferly Aninditya 2 years ago

    Using wifi 5 actually it’s also can hit more than 70mbps though. I am using ipad pro 2018 with 1tb storage, i am glad that i don’t need to replace it with the new one since i barely use the camera and AR. Also the magic keyboard will also support the 2018 model.

  • at7229
    at7229 2 years ago

    I mean, this doesn't seem like much of an upgrade. It's slightly heavier and has a slightly smaller battery. The only improvement is the camera, and if you do go for that upgrade, it means you have to repurchase cases / keyboard covers. The real upgrade here is the OS and Magic Keyboard, and both of those are compatible with the 2018 iPad Pros. I see no reason to upgrade. If fact, I'd recommend people buy the 2018 iPad Pro instead of the current one, because you'll get essentially the same functionality for a cheaper price tag.
    Also, I'm really surprised by people saying the iPad Pro has tons of processing power. The two things I use technology for on a daily basis are art and coding. The iPad can't run heavy duty art apps. Yes, it has Procreate, but try creating even just a 8000x6000 canvas. You'll get a grand total of 7 layers. If you're used to working at high resolutions with high speeds, the iPad simply can't hold up. And the iPad also has essentially no software development tools, and likely because it can't handle it. Xcode takes a toll on my Macbook Pro, and I think an iPad Pro would just fall apart trying to run CPU-intensive programs.
    The biggest problem with Apple calling the iPad a computer is the lack of customizability. A computer is a pro-level device because you can download whatever software you want, place applications where ever you want, and customize almost every aspect of the interface and interaction. With an iPad, you can have a max of 3 applications open at once, and individual app developers can opt out of providing this functionality. I mean, can you imagine the outrage if you ran Netflix on your computer and it wouldn't let you do anything else at the same time?
    In my opinion, an iPad Pro is a great side tool. I use it daily for entertainment, reading textbooks, and doing homework. But if I have to write a paper, take an online quiz, do a project, code, or produce serious artwork, the iPad cannot hold up. So for that reason, I don't consider the iPad very "pro", let alone a computer.

  • Andrew Winfield
    Andrew Winfield 2 years ago

    I use iPad 9.7 with 32Gb (2018), I noticed it kept reloading apps after switch back and forth between Safari Browser and Mail App while more than couple in background. Does it mean 2GB is not keep both App stay without reloading while switching? Will iPad Pro 11 with 6Gb (2020) will prevent Apps from reloading issues? Thanks....

  • kenz
    kenz 2 years ago +1

    Great review.
    Answered most of my questions.

  • D C
    D C 2 years ago

    Thanks, friend. I have had several iPhones, several iPads, including the 2018 Pro, 11 inch. Couldn't be happier, they just keep working. I bought a 2017 MacBook Pro about a year or 18 mos. ago- disappointed. I won't buy another Mac. Not the same experience by a long shot. It has overheated, it drops my wifi. I couldn't believe it, after spending well in excess of $2000. So, if considering MacBook vs. iPad Pro, go iPad, IMHO. Peace, stay well.

  • Michael Cheung
    Michael Cheung 2 years ago

    comprehensive review. great!

  • JUSTSWITCHED!
    JUSTSWITCHED! 2 years ago

    I’m still using my second gen. Still performs great. It doesn’t bend either lol