According to reports Apple is planning to launch its 12.9- inch iPad Pro on November 11. It seems that this is the date when the iPad Pro will become available both in retail and online stores. Apple unveiled its iPad Pro in early September and all we knew at that point was that it will most likely be released some time in November. Now we know the exact date. November 11 is also the day when Apple will also release the new Apple Pencil and the Smart Keyboard that will complete the iPad Pro. According to reports the iPad Pro’s price will start from $799.
Apple’s iPad Pro is the company’s largest and most powerful tablet that was ever released. It’s supposed to have nearly double the CPU performance of the iPad Air 2 and deliver an improved user experience due to its new Retina display and the refined Multi- Touch technology. The iPad Pro has a 12.9- inch Retina screen with 5.6 million pixels. This is the highest resolution display ever featured by an iOS device. The improved display enables users to enjoy video editing, presentation designing and every other activity more than with the predecessors of the iPad Pro. The display of the iPad Pro is not the only big difference compared to its predecessors. It has a sleek design, with a large but still thin body that users will surely enjoy. It is built from great quality materials that will make using easy and pleasant. With its 6.9 mm thick body the iPad Pro is thinner than many of the smartphones which have displays that are not even half as big as the one featured by the iPad Pro. The iPad Pro’s touchscreen can be used both with your fingers or with the Apple Pencil, for more accuracy.
The iPad Pro is powered by Apple’s A9X chip with 64‑bit desktop‑class architecture. This is combined with a M9 motion coprocessor in order to further enhance the power of the iPad Pro. The iPad Pro is without a doubt the most powerful tablet yet made by Apple. It includes 4 GB of RAM and will be available for purchase with 32 GB of internal storage or 128 GB. The WiFi and cellular version will only be available with 128 GB internal storage.
The iPad Pro comes with a 8 MP iSight back camera with autofocus and f/2.4 aperture. It also features hybrid IR filter, backside illumination, improved face detection and exposure control among others. The camera of the iPad Pro is able to record 1080 p videos at 30 fps alongside slow motion videos at 120 fps. It also offers time- lapse video with stabilization and video image stabilization and 3x video zoom. The FaceTime camera, situated on the front of the iPad Pro has a 1.2 MP sensor, ƒ/2.2 aperture and is able to record 720 p videos.
The iPad Pro runs on iOS 9 so it will offer Siri and all the other apps and features the Apple operating system comes with. This, combined with the power and elegant design of the iPad Pro might just turn it into a well- seen device, even if it will compete with other powerful devices, like the Surface Book and others. The built-in 38.5-watt-hour rechargeable lithium-polymer battery of the iPad Pro should ensure up to 10 hours of surﬁng the web on Wi‑Fi, watching video, or listening to music, which is not bad at all.
Overall the iPad Pro seems to be an extremely powerful and appealing tablet. It isn’t exactly an affordable one, its price beginning from $799 and going up to $949 for the 128 GB model and $1079 for the cellular version. Even so there are a lot of customers that can’t wait to get their hands on Apples latest tablet, the iPad Pro. Now they only have to wait for a few days longer, since it is going to be released on November 11.