Apple expanded its iPad Pro lineup as it released two new iPads at the Apple Event. It includes an 11-inch version, another 12.9-inch model. These new iPad Pros are thinner and pack a lot of features introduced by Apple recently in their iPhone lineup.
One of the major changes in the design, the 11-inch display iPad Pro is of the same size as was the 10.5 inches 2017 iPad Pro, this is because there is no home button, it has been replaced by Apple’s Face ID. Also, they have a USB-C charging port replacing headphone jack, and lightning port.
The design is also revamped besides this, bezels are smaller, and it also introduces the gestures as we are used to seeing in Apple’s new iPhones as a result of no home button.
The new iPad Pros use the Apple’s A12X bionic chip, which is extremely fast around nine times faster than the chips found in earlier iPad Pros and is found in all the latest iPhones. It is also equipped with Neural Engine Technology.
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Storage capacity is also increased out to a massive 1 TB. Another major update is the Apple Pencil stylus, which now supports wireless charging, and introduces gesture controls. But this stylus won’t be compatible with earlier versions, and earlier stylus won’t be compatible with new iPad Pros.
Apple is surely trying to compete with other high-performance tablets in the market like Microsoft Surface Pro 6 and Google Pixel Slate.
The 12.9-inch model will start at a base price of $999, and the 11-inch model starts at $799, they can be ordered now and will be available for shipping from November 7.
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