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¿Por qué el nuevo iPad Pro de 2018 es la mejor tablet del mundo?

Análisis del iPad Pro de 2018

Diseño

Comenzaremos hablando de uno de los puntos más polémicos del diseño del iPad Pro de tercera generación: la protuberancia de su cámara trasera. Si bien estéticamente es horrible , cabe destacar que a nivel de usabilidad no es ni incómodo, ni hace que la tablet se tambalee en superficies lisas, ni nada por el estilo.

analysis after 30 days of use
analysis after 30 days of use

Seguimos con sus biseles planos, fueron muchos los rumores que nos anticiparon que la compañía de la manzana mordida optaría por incorporar unos bordes planos en su nueva tablet. Esta decisión fue llevada a cabo debido a la adición de la compatibilidad con el Apple Pencil de segunda generación. Y es que el Apple Pencil se puede acoplar magnéticamente a sus bordes para cargar su batería de forma inalámbrica.

He de reconocer que en un principio pensaba que resultaría algo incómodo sujetar una tablet de tales dimensiones (y con los biseles tan estrechos) teniendo los bordes planos. Pero nada más lejos de la realidad, es súper cómodo y no produce daño alguno en las manos tras un uso continuo.

Por otro lado, la apariencia general del iPad Pro es una auténtica pasada, es sencillamente espectacular. Aunque la verdad es que es un poco difícil diferenciar cuál es la posición vertical correcta del terminal, especialmente en condiciones de poca iluminación, pero es un pequeño detalle sin importancia.

La gigantesca pantalla Liquid Retina del iPad Pro de 12,9 pulgadas es ideal para ver nuestras series favoritas de Netflix, junto con los cuatro altavoces estéreo situados en cada una de las esquinas, son la combinación perfecta para consumo de contenidos audiovisuales . Me prometí a mí mismo que se trataría de un análisis cercano, sin especificaciones ni palabras técnicas, ¡pero es que estamos hablando de una resolución de 2.732 x 2.048 píxeles en un mínimo tamaño posible! ¿Qué más decir? A tumbarse, sostener la tablet y disfrutar.

In late 2018, Apple introduced and launched a new third-generation iPad Pro with an absolutely spectacular design; no start button, reduced bezels and all sorts of new hardware; Face ID facial recognition, A12X Bionic chip, USB-C port, Liquid Retina display and more.

In this article we will take an in-depth look at each and every aspect of the third generation iPad Pro after having been using it for over a month. We’ll reveal all the features, hidden functions, benefits and of course the weaknesses of the 12.9-inch version of the latest generation iPad Pro.

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But before we finish talking about its design, we noticed a small detail on the screen of the third-generation iPad Pro. A small, a priori, unimportant detail. But it can be annoying for some users. Its Liquid Retina screen makes your fingerprints on it too visible . At minimum brightness they are hardly noticeable, but at maximum they are overly noticeable. I don’t know if this problem was also present on the second generation iPad Pro, but I can say that the iPad Air 2 screen was better in this respect. The solution? Always wash your hands thoroughly before using your tablet and wipe your screen with a microfibre cloth as thin as possible so you don’t damage the screen over time.

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The excellent harmony between software and hardware is without doubt one of the strengths of the third generation iPad Pro. Using the multitasking features of iOS 12 on a tablet of this size is a breeze. The same goes for video playback, audio playback, illustration design, web browsing, book reading, productivity apps, and, of course, games – even though we haven’t given the Alto’s Odyssey much of a shot yet!

It might seem silly, but Apple’s decision to implement some rounded corners on the device’s screen was a good one. These rounded corners give a premium feel to the user experience in any aspect of the mobile operating system.

On the software level, there is a rather serious problem when using the keyboard. In both the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and the 11-inch iPad Pro it is not possible to divide the virtual keyboard into two sections to make typing easier. We don’t know why Apple has limited this functionality, but it could have to do with boosting sales of its Smart Keyboard Folio.

In short…

These are some of the most notable advantages and disadvantages of the third generation iPad Pro.

Advantages:

  • The most powerful tablet on the market.
  • A visually unbeatable design.
  • Perfect size, thin, light and lightweight.
  • Very advanced facial recognition.
  • High quality stereo sound.
  • Take advantage of all the features of iOS 12

Disadvantages:

  • A very high price.
  • The visibility of the prints on your screen.
  • The reduced bezels are too narrow.
  • The limited versatility of its USB-C port.
  • Unable to split the iOS Virtual Keyboard 12.

  • Touch ID functionality is sometimes missed.

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