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.
The 2018 iPad Pro lineup is said to boast quite a few changes, taking design lessons from the recently launched iPhone X.
Apple made a big splash on the smartphone market with its TrueDepth camera system in the iPhone X, which allows for facial recognition and other end-user features.
Earlier this year, when Apple officially announced the iPhone X, it also announced its next big push for biometric security: Face ID.
Netflix has had support for HDR content on mobile devices for a bit of time now, but, up until recently, that wasn’t available for any iOS devices — because the hardware didn’t support it.
iOS 11’s new Dock and multitasking features are huge updates to the OS. But system wide drag and drop support is the real hidden gem of this update. And this is the feature that will make users a lot more productive on the iPad. For some, it might just be enough to leave behind the Mac and finally embrace the iPad Pro.
iOS 11 brings systemwide drag and drop functionality to the iPad. If you can touch it, you can probably drag it. You can drag any kind of content, text, links and even files between different apps. This works across apps and with multiple files (including multiple file types).