The new iPad Pros can be ordered today and will ship on the 7th of November.
The rumors circulating before today's event were remarkably accurate. The two models announced today have a new design with rounded corners, thinner panels and a slightly slimmer profile. Thereplaced by Apple's Face ID authentication technology and the replaced by USB-C.
Inside the new iPad Pros is much more power, powered by Apple's new A12X Bionic processor with eight cores, supporting the Neural Engine technology found on newer iPhones. The storage capacity now reaches 1 TB. The Pencilhas also been updated, and .
With this redesign, Apple doubles the power of the iPad Pro and equips the creatives with tools that are backed by high computing power and increased opportunities for AR and gaming.
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Apple also announced awhich starts at $ 1,199 ($ 1,199). This means that the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro now costs as much as the previous generation MacBook Air
at $ 999 (19459014). This underlines the company's desire to position its premium tablet as a true laptop replacement.costs additional costs – the 11-inch model costs $ 179 ($ 179) and the 12.9-inch version costs $ 199 ($ 199) Dollar). – and that's before adding accessories.
Apple hopes the redesigned iPad Pro will perform better with contemporary tablets such as [19459014)konkurrierenkann] Microsoft's Surface Pro 6 which starts at $ 899, andstarting at $ 599. For Apple, however, it is also important to re-establish the Pro as a high-end device after adding pencil support to its entry-level iPad in March.
Since then, the $ 329has offered many of the features that once served only the much more expensive and were reserved. Models starting at $ 649 and $ 799, respectively, came into today's event. With today's announced new design and new features, Apple has recovered part of the premium that distinguishes the basic iPad from the Pro range.
Originally published at 7:46 pm, PT updated regularly and then updated with additional information and new links.
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