There are a lot of trade shows and events throughout the year, and one such event has given a couple of Apple’s latest devices some awards.
There’s a brand new iPad. The 2018 version of the 9.7-inch iPad (officially called iPad 6th Generation) still starts at $329 and looks the same. But it now supports Apple Pencil and has the latest A10 Fusion chip. The next iPad in the line is the $649 10.5 inch iPad Pro. If you’re in the market for a new iPad, you might be wondering which one is the right for you. And what exactly do you get for the extra $310? Is iPad Pro worth the extra dough? Read on to find out.
Ahead of Apple’s ‘Let’s take a field trip’ media event next week, reputed leaker @evleaks shared a rendering of the 10.5-inch iPad Pro with minimal bezels and no home button. However, the leaked render turned out to be a fake as it was designed by case maker Speck over six months ago and used for marketing and promotional purposes.
One of the most important new features that Apple introduced last year is Face ID, the biometric security measure that uses an iPhone X owner’s face to unlock their device.
If you have been wanting to get your hands on the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, but haven’t wanted to fork over the full retail price, Apple has refurbished models now available.
The iPad Pro lineup has a lot to learn from the iPhone X, and if the rumor mill is any indicator, the early tablet refresh this year might indeed adopt quite a few traits from last year’s flagship iPhone.
The iPad Pro, along with the Apple Pencil, has become a powerful tool for creative types, especially artists.
With iOS 11 bring a host of new iPad-specific features to the table, the iPad is now a more capable PC-replacement than ever before. iPads are already considerably cheaper than MacBooks and this Cyber Monday, you can pick them up at an even heftier discount thereby making them more value for money than ever before.
The iPad Pro is a powerful device, with plenty of features and accessories to make it stand out.
The 2018 iPad Pro lineup from Apple could feature an eight-core A11X Bionic chip based on TSMC’s 7nm fabrication. Tentatively named A11X Bionic, the eight-core chip will feature three ‘Monsoon’ cores which are geared towards performance and five energy-efficient ‘Mistral’ cores.