Apple quietly upgraded the "excellent" security features on the iPad Pro M4

Users are unaware that Apple provides valuable security features for iPad Pro M4.

Apple once again affirms its commitment to protecting user privacy with the new security feature discovered on the M4 iPad Pro. This feature is called Secure Indicator Light (SIL), which works by displaying light indicators on the hardware when the camera or microphone is in use, helping users easily identify and block malicious applications. Unauthorized access to these sensors.

Apple quietly provides security warning feature for iPad Pro M4.

Different from previous security indicators that were software-based, SIL is integrated directly into the hardware, greatly enhancing the ability to protect user privacy. Guilherme Rambo, who discovered this feature, said SIL is enabled through Secure Enclave, a security component built into the M4 chip.

However, Apple has not yet publicly disclosed information about this new feature, causing many people to question the reason behind this silence. Some experts say Apple may be concerned about the security of indicators on other devices, which are still software-based and more hazardous to attacks.

Although there has been no official announcement, the technology world expects Apple to soon expand the SIL feature to other products such as the iPhone 16 Pro and the Mac M4 series. This is considered an important step forward in protecting user privacy in the context of increasing cyber security threats.

Last week, Apple announced the all-new iPad Pro with the super-fast M4 chip and an OLED display brighter than anything the company has put into a tablet to date.

iPad Pro M4 is the best tablet Apple has ever produced. But more importantly, it is also the thinnest device Apple has ever created as the 11-inch model is 5.3mm thick, while the 13-inch model is even thinner at only 5.1mm thick.

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iPad Pro M4 has a main thickness of 5.1 mm.

iPad Pro M4 has a main thickness of 5.1 mm.

It's incredibly thin and makes the new iPad Pro even Thinner than the iconic iPod nano. But when a company creates a product that is thin, there's an obvious problem they need to solve: "How can you be sure that something like that won't bend in the middle?" like the Bendgate incident that Apple encountered with the iPhone 6 Plus in the past.

To address this concern, the head of hardware at Apple, John Ternus, explained to a YouTuber that Apple has redesigned the internals of the iPad Pro to try and ensure that it is as tough as possible. can. can. One of the changes includes a new metal shell that sits above the logic board and then runs down the middle of the tablet to form a sort of chassis. This rib then adds rigidity to a device that can bend.

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