New Apple iPad rolled out at WWDC 2017
Apple, at the Word Wide Developers Conference 2017, introduced a bunch of devices. This includes a new 10.5-inch variant of the iPad Pro. Additionally, the Cupertino-based giant also rejuvenated the12.9-inch version of the iPad Pro.
The “new” iPad Pro devices now hold up full-size keyboard of iOS 11 on the screen. Their screens come with 600 Nits of brightness, support for True-tone color, and the ability to play HDR videos.
The new iPads are fueled by A10X Fusion SoC of Apple, made up of a 12-core GPU and a 6-core CPU. The firm claims that the innovative chipset drives up to 40% better graphics performance and 30% more speeds as compared to the previous generation A9X. In the section of cameras, the iPad variants offer 12 MP rear camera along with aperture f/1.8 and capability of capturing 4K resolution video (similar to the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 consist). There is a 7 MP front camera, also known as Facetime HD camera, along with the feature of image stabilization as well. Both devices have support to Lightning 3.0 port.
The revitalized iPads have a new feature known as “ProMotion,” which offers a super-quick rejuvenate rate of 120 Hz to their screens for a smoother experience of visual. Both versions have 64 GB of internal storage and come with a price tag of $649 as well as $799 correspondingly. If ordered today, they will be shipped with iOS 10 installed in it. The iPads will get new updated iOS 11 when it is rolled out.
The firm has enhanced iOS 11 particularly for the new iPad versions. It now arrives with expanded dock that can accumulate more apps. Users can pull an app out from the dock for enhanced multi-tasking as well as make their way to the dock from any screen. They can also use the app by pulling it out and utilize it in dual-view mode.
Well, the new iPad has a lot of new features that you can experience only if you purchase it. And believe us, the $649 or $799 are worth spending for. So hurry up.