Whenever Apple announce the launch of any new gadget it always means that they are bringing something exceptional to the table. Every piece of technology they make is way ahead of its competition and in essence usually a game changer. The iPad series is no exception and this time around Apple managed to immerse their audience in an impeccable huge device that they are calling the iPad Pro. There are many features in this iPad Pro that make it stand out from the rest of the crowd, including its own predecessors. So in this post we have collected Top 7 iPad Pro features that will let you know what really is so special about this Apple device.
The Beautiful Big Display
The iPad Pro comes with Apple’s best display yet. It measures 12.9-inches across and offers a resolution 2732 x 2048 pixels. That’s 5.6 million pixels total, though it only comes out to 265 pixels per inch (PPI). Still, Apple says that’s sharper than a MacBook with Retina display. The iPad Pro also features some pretty sweet new multi-touch capabilities. Apple’s revamped its technology to work with your finger and its new stylus at the same time.
Apple iPad Pro features the never before available Apple Pencil which they claim is the most accurate digital pens ever invented. There are certain sensors inbuilt into this device that can tell how hard you are pressing the pencil and also the angle at which you are using it. The lightning connector is inbuilt with this stylus which ensures recharging while you stove the pencil in the iPad.
Another accessory worth mentioning is the Apple iPad Pro keyboard which is just a standard keyboard with familiar magnetic design but it folds to offer both a kickstand and a keyboard.
The iPad Pro features four built-in speakers to match its super-sized screen. That means stereo sound shooting out from all four corners of the device. The speakers are also smart, and adjust automatically when you shift from portrait to landscape for the best possible sound.
Overall volume has increased by 61 percent compared to older iPads. The frequency range has also improved as a result, meaning you’ll get a more accurate sound without any external speakers.
Fast New Processor
The iPad Pro features Apple’s best processor yet, sporting a A9X which is about 1.8 times faster than the A8X, the one that ran iPad Air 2. This means that iPad Pro can handle faster performance, gaming and Apple even claims that its processor is a real competition to even most of the PC’s in the market. This not only allows for better visual explanation in apps, but can also be a boon to multi-tasking.
Better Storage Options
This might seem pretty small, but it’s a big deal to us. The iPad Pro starts at 32GB of storage and then jumps straight to a 128GB option. That’s a nice step up from the iPad Air 2, which comes in 16GB/64GB/128GB options. Considering the new tablet’s high starting price of $799 it’s nice to see the company offering some decent storage options.
Apple’s iPad Pro looks familiar to anyone who has used an iPad Air 2, as the device takes all of its design cues from Apple’s smaller-screened 9.7-inch tablet. In a nutshell, the iPad Pro looks like a giant version of the iPads we’ve used for several years running. So there is not much to debate about in this department. Except there is a design variation in the form of a new Smart Connector on the left side of the device, which is used to connect to accessories, and there are also built-in speakers at both the top and the bottom of the device for improved audio.
All of Apple’s iPads have the same “all day” battery life, and the iPad Pro is no exception despite its large display. For the first time, the iPad Pro has a display with a variable refresh rate, a feature that cuts down on battery usage when elements on the screen aren’t moving quickly.
The iPad Pro has a 38.5-watt-hour battery that lasts for 10 hours when surfing the web on Wi-Fi, watching videos, or listening to music. Over LTE, the iPad Pro’s battery lasts for 9 hours when surfing the web.
If you are an Apple iPad fan than this addition is surely worth every penny, though it sure is costly, especially with it accessories like Apple Pencil and Keyboard. If you have never used an iPad before and have some decent amount to shell out for a Tablet, iPad Pro is your best bet. For people on the budget this device is probably not for you.