MacXDVD “Hi, Speed” Upgrade Adds iPhone 12 & new iPads Support across its Video & DVD Media Solutions

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MacXDVD Software today announced the upgraded version of its full video and DVD conversion solution to offer zero-day support for Apple’s new iPhone 12 models, iPad Air 4, and iPad 8.

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MacXDVD Software, a world’s leading multimedia solution provider for Apple platforms, today announced a “Hi, Speed” upgrade with immediate compatibility and key feature support across the product portfolio for Apple’s iPhone 12 lineup, new iPad Air (4th generation), and iPad (8th generation). The new versions of MacX DVD Ripper Pro, MacX Video Converter Pro, and MacX MediaTrans ensure uninterrupted and easy playback of HD/4K videos & DVDs of any type on the new Apple products as they become available.

Apple just introduced four iPhone models, the iPhone 12 Mini (5.4-inch), the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro (6.1-inch), and the iPhone 12 Pro Max (6.7-inch). All the new iPhone 12 models incorporate OLED displays, an A14 Bionic chip, 5G network, Ceramic Shield, and much more. Earlier at Apple Special Event, Apple also unveiled Pad Air 4, the most powerful iPad featuring an all-screen design with a larger 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display, camera, and audio upgrades, a new integrated Touch ID sensor, A14 Bionic, and etc. The eighth-generation iPad also joins the new iPad Air to form the most advanced iPad lineup ever, which packs the faster A12 Bionic chip with Neural Engine, a 10.2-inch Retina display, iPadOS 14, and more.

Having the most cutting-edge display, processors, and 5G network at fingertips is a big draw to a sizable segment of customers to upgrade to the iPhone 12 or the new iPads. When people upgrade to the latest Apple devices, they can have the peace of mind of uninterrupted video & DVD playback with the upgraded MacXDVD solutions, which ensure full compatibility for iPhone 12, iPad Air 4, and iPad 8 across its 4K video converter, DVD ripper, and iPhone manager products. To be specific:

MacX DVD Ripper Pro – One of the go-to DVD ripping solutions in the market to let users have their movie collections at fingertips in the new iPhone 12 or iPad. Almost all DVDs, region-locked, sophisticatedly encrypted, old, or damaged, are supported. It's able to make 1:1 copies of DVD movie collections without losing quality, and speedily turn DVD movies into MP4, H.264, HEVC, AVI, MOV, etc. to let iPhone users play the compact file on the go without a disc drive.

MacX Video Converter Pro – A HD video converter that enables users to play any HD/4K/8K UHD videos on iPhone iPad without hassle. It is capable of handling conversions to everything from HEVC to H.264, MP4, AVI, WMV, MP3, etc. The 420+ profile library now extends support from all the previous iPhone & iPad models to iPhone 12, Mini, Pro, and Pro Max, iPad Air 4, and the iPad 8. Flexible options are available to make videos perfectly fit different iPad & iPhone 12 displays and storages starting from 64GB.

MacX MediaTrans – A program that makes iPhone data backup and syncing easier than ever. It will not only transfer photos, music, videos, ebooks, etc. between iPhone iPad, and computer but also make ringtones, create a playlist, convert files, encrypt photos and videos, and more. Back up and transfer media for a safe upgrade to the new iPhone 12, iPad Air, and iPad running iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 in a flash.

Pricing and Availability
To celebrate the release of Apple’s new iPhones and iPads, MacXDVD Software offers an up to 75% off gift pack at $49.95, slashed from previously $169.95. Customers can get a full copy of the upgraded DVD ripper, video converter, and iPhone manager at https://www.macxdvd.com/special-offer/

About MacXDVD Software, Inc.
MacXDVD Software is a multimedia software developer dedicated to providing a range of trusted and innovative products across Mac, Windows, iOS, Android, including MacX DVD Ripper, MacX Video Converter, MacX MediaTrans, DVD backup tools, etc, series of apps for Apple video player, iPad iPhone manager, and iOS-based 2D and 3D video games.

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