The Apple iPad Pro (12.9) is a marvelous machine. It is the best tablet that you can buy. The iPad is known to have beat laptops in terms of battery life and speed but it always lacked in one area-comfort for computing. It is now more evolved, supports cursor control input and there is also a Magic Keyboard that you can buy separately with a trackpad and scissor switches.
The new iPad comes in two sizes – one with an 11-inch diagonal display and another with a 12.9-inch diagonal display.
- It has an A12Z Bionic chip.
- Excellent display
- New and Improved cursor control
- Magic Keyboard – handy and extremely useful
- Long battery life
- The charging cord is extremely short
- Some applications have not yet been optimized for the trackpad but that may be fixed in the future software updates but until then, it is in our cons list.
- Rear camera fails when it comes to portraits or Night Mode.
iPad Pro – Summary
The iPad Pro has the best screen there is on a tablet and is called the Liquid Retina display. The panel of the 12.9-inch variant is IPS backlit-LED with 2732 x 2048 pixels for an of 264. The panel also has a refresh rate of 120 Hz which is two folds the refresh rate in any tablet.
The screen adjusts the color temperature depending upon the ambient light automatically due to it being a PS wide color display with True Tone.
A lot of the specifications of the tablet remained untouched when compared to the previous iPad Pro but amongst the ones that were modified, the processor was definitely one of them. The A12Z Bionic processor is the new and improved version of the A12X Bionic processor. It does everything in the blink of an eye including opening applications that consume more RAM, for instance, Lightroom.
It has got over 10 hours of battery life but in my opinion, I personally think that they could have worked a bit on the battery and made it last at least 12 hours or more in the 12.9-inch variant due to it being big. The new features that come with the iPad Pro include support for mouse and trackpad input. The cursor control on the Magic Keyboard is a little laggy but overall the keyboard works perfectly well with the tablet and not just that, it proves to be highly useful and convenient.
Apple Pencil is another extremely important accessory for artists, creators, and designers alike, costing around $125. If you prefer using the phone with a stylus or even if you do prefer writing by hand instead of typing, then the Apple Pencil will solve all your purposes and make your everyday tablet use even more efficient and time-worthy.