The New iPad Pro Is Called the “Ozempic of Tablets”

Social media is calling Apple’s new tablet the “Ozempic iPad Pro,” after the tech giant revealed it’s their thinnest device yet. Measuring just 5.1 millimeters thick, it’s thinner than the iPod Nano. The iPad Pro is $1,000 for an 11-inch model and $1,300 for a 13-inch model. The tablet is also the fastest ever, thanks to a new AI-focused M4 chip with a larger neural engine that can complete 38 trillion tasks per second. The new iPad Pro also features OLED screens to provide richer color and enhanced contrasts compared to previous models. The device also comes with the front-facing camera. Apple often introduces new iPads in May, a time when education customers are making purchasing decisions for the next academic year. In addition to the iPad Pro, the iPhone 17 Slim will have a slimmer design compared to its siblings, so the name is kind of self-explanatory. All iPhone 17 models will feature a refreshed design, front-facing camera improvements, and a smaller Dynamic Island cutout.