Bruker has introduced new new iProbes. The iProbe CP-MAS has been designed to support automated workflows and has automated magic angle calibration, auto tuning and matching for solid-state magic angle spinning experiments, and support for autochangers. It is available for 400, 500 and 600 MHz systems in double-resonance H/X channel configurations with 4.0 mm rotor diameter for MAS up to 15 KHz. The iProbe TBO is a higher-sensitivity, true triple-resonance broadband NMR probe for the study of fluorinated compounds. It can observe any nucleus from 31P to 109Ag with simultaneous decoupling on 1H and 19F, eliminating the need for probe changes. Auto-tuning and matching capability allows liquids NMR automation.