Returning in 2015, Apple launched the first iPad Pro. This 12.9-
inch super-tablet arrived with Apple’s fairly unique for-the-sake of-it Pencil stylus, and had a lot beefier guts than the several other iPads.
It continue to ran iOS rather than MacOS, so it didn’t take on the Surface Pro specifically, at 12.9-inches, it’s actually somewhat bigger, though of course thinner.The next generation of iPad Pro has now appeared, and provides a 10.5-inch version alongside the 12.9-inch flagship.Aside from being the first iOS device to offer 512GB of storage, the new iPad Pro also has a faster A10X chip, and an IPS display that works at 120Hz.
This quicker refresh apparently makes scrolling even easier than iOS’s already super-smooth response, and the 2224x1668 resolution of the 10.5-inch model keeps
pixel density up at 264ppi despite size-bump over the now-discontinued 9.7-inch device.
To make the most of the brand new tablets, Apple enthusiasts are hanging out for the launching of iOS 11 which will deliver a more desktop-like experience to the iPad Pro. This will contain more powerful multitasking and - at last - access to the data file system.
With the 12.9-inch unit, Apple didn’t have a super-compelling offer for everyone looking for a easier, smaller choice to a tablet PC. The 9.7-inch Pro was slower and had half the RAM of the big one - annoying.
Now, the 10.5-inch brings the same CPU clock-speeds,RAM and storage options to a 469g package deal. With Apple’s focus on task-specific program and optimization to the
nth degree, it’s a very sleek and responsive little machine...for a specific set of tasks.
Of course it’s hugely expensive - buy accessories (keyboard cover, Apple Pencil) - and you’re looking at upwards of $1500 for this tablet.Specs about iPad 10" read here