Apple launched a new iPad Pro, a smaller 9.7-inch successor to it’s last year’s 12.9-inch one. The new iPad weighs less and does all the fancy things you’d expect it to do.
iPad Pro-What’s New
Let’s get into the details, the display on the new iPad Pro is 25 percent brighter and 40 percent less reflective than the iPad Air 2 and Apple claimed that it has the lowest reflectivity of any tablet screen. Apple also boasted about it’s new technology called the “True Tone Display”, which mesures the color temperature of ambient light and adjusts the display to match it’s surrounding. The tablet also takes advantage of iOS 9.3’s new blue-light reduction feature of late-night use. The new iPad will be available in four colors — space grey, silver, gold, and rose gold — and three size capacties, ranging from 32GB on up to 256GB.
iPad Pro- What’s Inside
The tablet is powered by the A9X processor, which comes from it’s bigger sibling. And it has a well four-speaker setup which is twice as loud as the Air 2. Also the RAM has been bumped from 2GB to 4GB. The tablet has a 12 megapixel iSight camera with Focus Pixels and a 5 megapixel FaceTime camera. The iPad Pro also supports Live Photos.
iPad Pro- How much
The 32GB model will cost $599, while a 128GB version will be available for $749 and the 256GB top of the line for $899. All of those prices are for Wi-Fi-only models; LTE options generally cost $130 more. Apple says preorders will start on March 24th, with availability set for March 31st.