During Apple’s 2017 WWDC, the company announced a new 10.5-inch iPad Pro which will replace the smaller 9.7-inch iPad Pro Apple released a year ago.
The updated device sports a 20 percent larger screen with 40 percent smaller bezels and only weighs one pound. The tablet will support more than 30 languages including a Japanese keyboard for the first time. If you’re not a fan of using the on-screen keyboard, you’ll be able to use Apple’s Smart Keyboard which is sold separately.
The iPad Pro comes with a True Tone display, a wide color gamut, Ultralow reflectivity, and 600 nits brightness. The iPad Pro ships with Apple’s A10X Fusion chip with six-core CPU, and a 12-core GPU which will give users a 40 percent boost in graphics performance.
The iPad Pro screens move from 24hz to 48hz to 129hz to make sure you get the most out of the battery life and performance.
The tablet supports fast charging, USB 3, a 12MP camera and 7MP FaceTime HD camera with optical image stabilization, and a high-speed sensor with a 1.8 aperture. The camera comes with a six-element lens, quad-LED True Tone Flash, wide color capture, and 4K video capability.
The retail value of the 10.5-inch iPad Pro starts off at $649 for 64GB of memory and goes up to 512GB for $949.
Apple also launched an updated 12.9-inch iPad Pro with an A10X Fusion Chip and new polyurethane and leather cases for the iPad Pro.