So if you aren’t aware, the new 10.5 iPad Pro was released yesterday. There are a plethora of new things to try out, but first thing I wanted to test was the new 120Hz “ProMotion” feature. This is a feature where the iPad Pro will run it’s display up to 120Hz when needed. But, is it noticeable? That’s what I wanted to find out.
iPad Pro 2
Yesterday we came across a few cases and covers of the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro, which revealed the presence of a slim exterior and repositioned microphones. Benjamin Geskin, who is known for Apple leaks, has now revealed a few CAD renderings and mockups of the upcoming iPad Pro. These images corroborate the features we saw on yesterday’s leak, pretty much confirming that Apple is in for a major design overhaul with the 10.5-inch iPad Pro.
A new leak has revealed the cases/covers of the upcoming 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models, expected to break cover at WWDC 2017 in early June. There are some notable differences in hardware as pointed out by 9to5Mac. Most notably, the two microphones have been repositioned on these cases, with one located on the top edge and the other on top of the rear panel.
Apple recently updated its system status page to better reflect reported issues. But, it also has a new trick: Reporting upcoming maintenance blackouts.
The rumor mill can’t seem to figure out which model iPad is going to get announced in the early stages of 2017.
iPad Pro is a beast of a machine. Yes, it runs iOS but don’t let that fool you. iOS has many ways to be productive and for doing creative work. Granted, it’s different from how we’re used to doing it on macOS, but it’s not nonexistent. The iPad Pro, coupled with the Pencil make it one of the best creativity machines on the go. And these are the apps you must have to do it, be it productivity or creativity, or both.
With the first anniversary of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro approaching, the first set of pictures of what are allegedly the “iPad Pro 2” have surfaced on the internet. Sent to Apple Insider by a Chinese supplier, the photos don’t show anything particularly interesting or new, except for the model number MH1C2CD/F.