Apple iPad Pro 10.5 (2017) hands-on review
That’s what Apple’s hoping for with its newest iPad, the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, an newly-sized tablet designed as an in-between of its hulking 12.9-inch iPad Pro (first released in 2015 starting at $799), its 9.7-inch iPad Pro (released in 2016 starting at $599) and its even smaller 7.9-inch iPad Mini (updated past year starting at $399).
All of the models will be getting new GPUs.
The True Tone display is also a big improvement. This iPad Pro will feature Pro Motion, a 120 Hz refresh rate. It adjusts the refresh rate, so if you’re playing a game, it’ll be faster, but if you’re reading something, it’ll slow down. This gives the new iPad Pro models 30 percent faster CPU performance and 40 percent faster graphics performance than previous Pro models with the A9x chip.
Apple also created a new technology for the iPad’s displays called ProMotion, which the company said will offer smoother animations.
You’ll still see a 10-hour battery life, a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a 7-megapixel front-facing camera. “Storage has been doubled in the 10.5″ and 12.9” models, both coming with 64 GB by default.
The new Pro has a 10.5in display, created to fit the space between the traditionally sized 9.7in and the large 13in versions. “The 10.5″ iPad Pro will be $649, with the 12.9” starting at $799.
Files is here! The app will now let you search your files across different products like Dropbox and open them up.
Apple just refreshed their iMac line, and while the external design will stay the same the company has put a ton of effort into refreshing the insides to make them competitive with other professional-grade computers.