The new Apple iPad Pro, which hit the market just a month and a half ago, have not changed the performance landscape much compared to other models, except for some that benefited precisely the apps focused on video calls. It is the famous Center Stage that starred in much of the (virtual) keynote for the presentation of the new tablets. It is precisely there where Zoom has wanted to differentiate itself from its competition, adding that extra to the video calls that we can make from one of these 11 and 12.9-inch iPad Pro with M1 processors that, according to some experts, far exceed performance, even , of some MacBook of the company. Even so, do you know exactly what the Eric Yuan app adds? Move the camera follows you Center Stage is a technology included in the new iPad Pro that allows its camera to always focus on us, moving the frame if necessary so that we always appear in the center of the scene. It is a software resource that modifies what we see based on the movements we make in front of the camera (ultrawide) of the new tablet, and that was only available, until now, in FaceTime. This wider than usual sensor allows the tablet to be able to see where we are (we or other attendees) and to vary the framing of the window within the conversation, in such a way that the rest of the participants will always see us in the center without losing sight of us. Well, this Center Stage is already available in Zoom for a few hours, via update that you will already have available in the iPadOS App Store. In addition, from the application they want to remind us that this function is exclusive to Apple, so they warn that “Zoom users will have the option during a Zoom video call to use Center Stage on the latest iPad Pro. Apple says that the recognition of Center Stage imaging is done on the device and no image data is sent to the cloud “(just in case). In addition to this technology, Zoom has decided to improve the gallery view of the participants, in such a way that instead of the 25 maximum that we could visualize, now we have gone to 48, as you can see by the example capture distributed by Zoom . Something that will be appreciated, exclusively, the users of the iPad Pro with 12.9-inch screens who until now saw the pixels of their tablets wasted. This last feature will not only be available for the 12.9-inch models of 2021, but also for the older ones.