As many of you know, Apple presented the iPad Pro in the Keynote on September 9th. A colossal tablet of epic dimensions whose processor is a third generation A9X chip with 64 bits architecture and 4GB of RAM.
Without a doubt, this is an excellent tablet that will allow us to live a unique experience when playing videos, viewing photographs, surfing the web, and even playing games, but in reality the iPad Pro is specially designed and focused on improving productivity and creativity in our projects.
And thanks to iOS 9’s multitasking, those lucky enough to own an iPad Pro can enjoy enhanced application interaction through Slide Over, Split View, and Picture-in-picture features.
Now, let’s talk a little bit about its design. The iPad Pro has a 12.9-inch Retina screen with a resolution of 2732 × 2048 pixels and measures 30.57 centimetres high by 22.06 centimetres wide. The iPad Pro is quite thin and light, with a thickness of of 6.9 millimeters and weighs 713 grams.
One of the biggest advantages of the iPad Pro is that, like the iPad Air 2, it has full support for all the multitasking features of iOS 9 and maximizes the benefits of Split View, Slide Over and Picture in Picture , which allow us to open multiple applications at once and even watch videos in the foreground while doing other actions.
But the iPad Pro comes with many more hardware innovations, a second generation Touch ID sensor , 10 hours of battery life, an 8 megapixel iSight camera and four speakers located in each corner of the giant tablet that automatically change their frequencies depending on the position in which we hold the device.
In addition, the iPad Pro comes with a stylus called the Apple Pencil and a Smart Keyboard that connects to the giant tablet via the new Smart Connector technology , which uses three magnetic spheres to seamlessly attach to the iPad Pro.
As for the price, will range from $799 to $1,200 , not counting, of course, the accessories sold separately. It will arrive on the market next November.
So far, this is a review of all the new features of the iPad Pro. What do you think about this Apple tablet? Do you think it will manage to make a name for itself in the marketplace against the all-powerful Surface Pro 4?