The Apple announced earlier this week, precisely on June 5, the iPad Pro 10.5 inches, which surprised because of their improved chipset and up to 512 GB of internal storage. Now the Apple company has decided to launch two new commercials that admire one of the main features of the iPad Pro and its smart pen.
The first video praises the power of the iPad Pro, which now uses the Apple A10X chipset with six processing cores, which is accompanied by a 12-core GPU. According to the company itself, this guarantees “a new type of power” and is enough for you to change your conventional computer, since the iPad Pro also has a keyboard cover.
Already the second video praises the Apple Pencil and its main features. In it is shown how the smart apple of the apple company serves perfectly to write or draw, for example, besides also possessing an incredible precision when carrying out the tasks.
Although most consumers have lost interest in tablets, Apple is still betting on new launches within the iPad line. The Cupertino giant took advantage of WWDC 2017 to reveal the new generation of the iPad Pro, which comes in two different sizes this time around.
The first iPad Pro was released in 2015 with a screen of 12.9 inches, being considered an exaggeration by many. Apple’s idea was to offer a more powerful tablet that came in to replace ultrabooks. However, the company decided to launch a smaller model in 2016 with 9.7 inches – a more traditional size we see since the first iPad was released.
Despite bringing improvements in the camera, the 9.7 “iPad Pro came with the same chipset as before, the A9X with a dual-core processor of 2.26 GHz and PowerVR Series 7 GPU with 12 graphics cores. By 2017, the company decided to renew its iPad line with new products with slightly redesigned design and more current hardware.
The basic model of the iPad Pro now comes with a 10.5-inch screen, but features pretty much the same measurements as the old model with a 9.7-inch screen. The larger model, however, continues with the same 12.9 inches, but delivering a more compact body, which should calm much of the criticism suffered by the first iPad Pro.
At the front we have the classic circular home button below the screen, while at the top there is only the camera for selfies and video calls. On the back we have the iconic Apple logo and the main camera in the upper left corner accompanied by LED flash.