CUPERTINO, Calif. (NEWSnet/AP) — Apple on Tuesday unveiled its next generation of iPad Pro and Air.

The models boast faster processors, new sizes and an updated display system. It’ part of the company’s first update to its tablet lineup in more than a year.

The unveiling took place at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California.

Both lines of iPad add bells and whistles, but have adjusted prices to match.

Pro sports a new thinner design, a new M4 processor for added processing power, slightly upgraded storage and incorporates dual OLED panels for a brighter, crisper display. Prices have been hiked to match its new features, with the 11-inch model going for $999,  the 13-inch model, $1,299.

The new Air has the faster M2 chip, boasts a new design, more base storage, a new 13-inch display option and a recentered camera. It will also support use of the new Apple Pencil Pro, which was a function previously exclusive to Pro models. The 11-inch display will sell for $599, the 13-inch model, $799.

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