Rob LeFebvre does a good job of reviewing highlights of the just announced 10.5″ iPad Pro. Just like the other iPad models with Apple SIM, you can easily select GigSky mobile data straight from your device and we have coverage in over 185 countries!
Apple introduces the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro
‘A whole lot more to love.’
Apple’s original 12.9-inch iPad Pro hit the scene in November 2015. Its sheer size and high-end specs made it a standout of the tablet scene, while the Apple Pencil made to work with it made it a hit with designers and other creatives. Now, just a year after Apple introduced a smaller, still capable 9.7-inch iPad Pro with a more typical form factor, the tech company has replaced it with a new, larger model: a 10.5-inch iPad Pro.
This new model — which appears to be replacing the 9.7-inch iPad Pro — has a larger 10.5 inch display, which is 20 percent larger, with a 40 percent reduction in borders, and it weighs in at 1 pound. It has a full-size onscreen keyboard, as well as a full-sized Smart Keyboard (that Apple sells separately), with support for more than 30 languages. For the first time, there will be a Japanese keyboard, as well. There’s a True Tone display, a wide color gamut, Ultralow reflectivity and 600 nit brightness, making watching movies even better. Under the hood, the iPad Pro uses an A10X Fusion chip with a six-core CPU, which brings three high-performance cores and three high-efficiency ones. There’s also a 12-core GPU on deck, which should translate to a 40 percent boost in graphics performance, according to Apple. All of this also comes to the larger 12.9-inch iPad Pro, making your choice more about size and price than performance or specs.