Review on the M1 iPad Pro camera: the front lens is better than expected, the rear lens hides super macro

In the test, we were a little surprised by the performance of the new M1 iPad Pro.

The first is that although the iPad Pro only has a front 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle original deep lens, it can realize the dual-lens experience of wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle lenses through software simulation.

And the system can crop the wide-angle, wide and detailed picture to the appropriate focal length, so that it will not take a big face.

However, such a result sacrifices clarity and makes the original 12 million pixels even worse.

But through this technology, Apple has realized the “Center Stage” function, which can track its subject in the room, and can also correct the distortion and distortion caused by the wide-angle lens.

More interestingly, it was also discovered that the rear lens module of the new iPad Pro has a “hidden super function.”

You can take some pretty incredible macro photos with the new iPad Pro.