Back in 2018, when the iPad Pro was released, many people wondered whether there were mid-range versions launched along. However, the iPad Pro makes its value for money with its features that justify the claims of the company.
The new iPad is able to do a lot of things. Here are a few of the best features you can benefit from.
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The iPad Pro can be used with all the confidence because it offers what any other computer provides, and more. The chips powering the iPad Pro allows you to enjoy a different kind of experience regarding the augmented reality, gaming, and photos.
The A12X Bionic with neural engine makes your iPad sufficiently powerful to manage apps you use daily. You can even download and use pro apps such as Adobe Photoshop CC.
The item is thin enough and so light that you can carry it with ease. The iPad also has up to ten-hour battery life that will definitely keep your day going. You can connect to 4G LTE Advanced or Wi-Fi, print, project, and send files wirelessly with no worries that its battery will run out.
The device comes with multitasking feature, which enables you to run multiple apps at the same time with a few clicks. You can also move objects between apps by dragging and dropping.
The iPad Pro comes in two different sizes, an 11-inch, and a 12.9-inch model. Concerning its capacity, the device features several sizes, which include 64GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 1T models.
Apple’s iPad Pro sports a Liquid Retina Display, a LED-backlit multi-touch display with IPS technology, 2388 x 1668px resolution, and 264 PPI.
In terms of camera, the device comes with several features. You can use its 12MP resolution camera that should take images or videos in great detail.
Even though the iPad Pro was launched in November 2018, new leaks regarding a new iPad Apple will announce at the WWDC 2019 are surfacing. However, the topics intended for unveiling at the event only include the Mac Pro, iOS 13, and a program called Marzipan.
Daniel Kiss is the senior editor for News Lair. Daniel was working as a writer since he finished high-school, first for local papers then he started online, nowadays he likes to write about the latest games and tech innovations.