Apple introduces iPad Pro with 12.9-inch display and a stylus

On its September 9th event, Apple announced the iPad Pro, a tablet with a pretty huge display screen.

Out of the box, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro will be running Apple’s most advanced mobile operating system, the iOS 9. Its Retina HD display has 5.6 million pixels at 2732 x 2048 screen resolution.

Introducing the all–new Apple iPad Pro.
A first for the iPad, its panel includes an adaptable refresh rate to save more power facilitating the on-screen content. Along with the refreshing panel, the iPad Pro’s display also has more capacitive sensors enabling accuracy to any inputs made without the need of pressure sensitive sensor as the screen of the new iPhones. The new iPad as well has speakers boosted for high dynamic range and frequency response.

Apple Pencil
Powered by a new third-genertion and desktop class A9x chip, it’s 1.8 times faster with better graphics than the previous models. In spite of both hardware and software upgrades, the iPad Pro will still last for about 10 hours of regular use.

Apple Pencil is the iPad Pro's adaptive companion.
Apple also introduced the official Smart Keyboard for the iPad Pro. In addition to a keyboard which doubles as a support stand, the company as well announced a stylus for the tablet called the Apple Pencil which is packed with awesomeness. It has pressure detection sensors necessary for a precise touch identical to using a pencil on paper plus advanced shading and painting techniques.

The Apple Pencil can be recharge with the Lighting Connector through the iPad Pro’s own port and will last for hours. The stylus can interact and be use for office suite and photo editor apps such as the Microsoft’s Office and Adobe’s to name a few.

A preview of Apple's upcoming iOS 9.
All-new iPad Pro will be available this November at a starting price of $799 for the 32GB model, $949 for the 128GB model and $1079 for the same variant but with cellular connectivity.


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