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The event of Apple, that took place on Tuesday in Brooklyn, expanded its iPad Pro. The premium tablets now come in three sizes: a brand-new 11-inch model, a redesigned 12.9-inch version and the 10.5-inch model from 2017.
The prices start from
- $649 (£619, AU$979); 10.5-inch model
- $799 (£769, AU$1,229); 11-inch model
- $999 (£969, AU$1,529); 12.9-inch version
The two models have a new design featuring rounded corners, thinner bezels and a slightly slimmer profile. The home button is gone, replaced by Apple’s Face ID authentication technology, and the Lightning port and headphone jack are out, replaced by USB-C.
According to www.cnet.com “Inside, the new iPad Pros are packing considerably more power, driven by Apple’s new eight-core A12X Bionic processor that supports its Neural Engine technology, also found on late-model iPhones. Storage capacity now tops out at 1TB. The Apple Pencil stylus has also been updated, and now features wireless charging”.
Some interesting detailed information about the iPad pro!
–New models available in 11-inch and 12.9-inch sizes, both 5.9mm thick
-New design with rounded corners and no home button
-Support for Face ID (but no notch!)
-A12X Bionic processor with 8 cores, support for Neural Engine
-New Apple Pencil stylus with wireless charging
-Updated Smart Keyboard folio
-Support for USB-C
-Supports output for 5K displays
-Up to 1TB of storage
-No headphone jack
-New swipe-based user interface and support for split-view
-Available now for preorder, ships Nov. 7
Image credit: www.cnet.com
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