Apple just likes to keep us talking. This time, they’ve released the iPad Pro to combat your doubts on the dying tablet trend, which is actually understandable given its declining sales.
The iPad Pro is a significantly larger tablet packed with powerful specs. With a 12.9-inch screen, this one’s not only thicker than the MacBook Air, but also rivals it in terms of battery power. (So far, it claims a 10-hour-long battery life.)
It’s also equipped with Apple’s new A9X processor, a desktop-class CPU that’s capable of letting you do more than just leisurely gaming. The iPad Pro is also said to have the highest-resolution display than any iOS device—yes, not even your brand new Retina Macbook Pro comes close.
A few other accessories that go with iPad have also been released. Enter the Apple Pencil, the $99 all-white stylus that could help with maximum navigation (and topnotch drawings). The tablet also comes with a “smart” keyboard that’s covered in connective fabric, and lacks an internal battery. This is because it’s powered by the iPad itself. Talk about working itself down to its last screw.
New information on the iPhone 6 and 6S Plus have also been revealed during the launch. Look out for their new color (rose gold, anyone?), and updated cameras.
The iPad Pro and its related products will be available in November (read: just in time to tease your loved ones to get you these for Christmas), and range from $799 to $1,079, depending on storage size and 4G connectivity.