A few days before the “Apple event”, there was a buzz in the industry about Apple introducing a “monster” tablet with 12.9-inch screen which will be called “iPad Pro”. After Apple officially announced and launched the tablet on September 9, here is a complete story about this latest gadget from Apple.
Just like every year, after launching and demonstrating the products at the iPhone launch event, Apple allowed the journalists to test its products. Before we move ahead with who should invest into the tablet and why, let us have a look at the specifications first:
Display: 12.9-inch screen, 5.6 million pixels
2732 X 2048 pixels
Chip: A9X chip with 64‑bit architecture
M9 motion coprocessor
Camera: 8 megapixel iSight camera
Sensors: Touch ID
Ambient light sensor
Battery: 38.5-watt-hour rechargeable lithium-polymer built-in battery
OS: iOS 9
To be very honest, iPad Pro is not new to the market. There are tablets with large screens that are designed for enterprise users as well as the common man. But what makes this tablet exciting is its operating system – Apple’s latest iOS 9.
Multi tasking with iPad Pro
As the iPad Pro runs on iOS 9, it allows you to multi-task by allowing you to use two apps at a time. This is one feature that experts believe is introduced, keeping enterprise users in mind. They can comfortably keep two apps like Word and Excel open and work on both of them at the same time without any disturbance.
iPad Pro comes pre-loaded with apps
Safari, iBooks, Maps, FaceTime, News, Find My iPhone, Podcasts and Mail are some of the built-in apps. Apple claims that these built-in apps will use less than 150MB of storage.
Apple says that the iPad Pro’s battery will last up to 10 hours even while surfing the web, listening to music or watching videos. And if you are using Wi Fi + Cellular model, then the battery will last up to 9 hours.
Considering the specifications, the benefits that comes with iOS 9 and the performance of iPad Pro, this tablet can definitely be used at work. Being lightweight it is also convenient to travel carrying iPad Pro.