Apple Announced 10.5-inch iPad Pro At WWDC
At the Wordwanide Developers Conference, Apple has introduced multiple of products including HomePod speakers, iMac Pro, and an updated version of iOS MacOS, and WatchOS. Along with these new products, the company has also launched a 10.5 inch iPad Pro, a multitasking tablet with thinner bezels. The 10.5 inch iPad Pro is the successor to the last year 9.7 inch tablet, and comes with a plenty of improvements and enhancements, which makes it even more better than its predecessor.
The improvements include, the tablet comes with 40 percent thinner bezels, meaning that it offers 20 percent larger screen than the previous one. And the tablet weights at just one pound. This time the iPad will offer you even brighter display and the company also added a Pro Motion technology, which increases refresh rate. This makes it feel more natural, when you are using Pencil on it.
Aside from the screen size, the company has also added a new processor, dubbed as the A10X Fusion six core processor, Apple said that the new processor is 500 times more powerful than the original iPad.
As far as the camera is concerned, the new tablet comes with a 12 megapixel rear camera and on the front of the device, there is a 7 megapixel front facing camera for capturing selfies. For the storage, the tablet packs a 64GB of built-in storage that can be expanded with the help of MicroSD card up to 512GB. In terms of battery, the company claims that the tablet’s battery will last up to 10 hours per single charge.
The newly announced iPad runs on the IOS 11 operating system, with multiple upgraded features. Apple updated it with various new features, including a wide range of icons, drag and drop between apps, and now users can easily do multitask. The notable thing is that there is a new app, touted as Files. The Files app store your all locals, and cloud-stored stuff.