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On Wednesday, with many comments from the newest members of the iPad family, orders for the new iPad Pro began to be accepted online.
On the iPad Pro, the leading tech industry experts include Walter moselberg, David Boger, and Ed byger.
While many reviewers are optimistic about Apple's new iPad, there are concerns that it may replace laptops as a computing device chosen by commercial customers.
Apple's iPad Pro, launched in September, is by far the largest iPad with a Retina display size of 12.
9 inch, running on Apple's A9X processor.
IPad Pro a Wi starts at $799
With a Fi model with 32 gb of storage space, customers can choose to add a smart keyboard connected to a tablet for $169 or add an Apple Pencil for $99.
Apple said on its website that many orders placed online may be received at Apple's retail store on the same day.
The launch of the IPad Pro comes at a critical moment for Apple to enter the tablet market.
Sales of the IPad have fallen for several consecutive quarters, including Apple's fourth
Quarter ended September.
Apple's sales during this period were £ 9.
9 million iPads, down 20% from 12.
3 million iPads were sold a year ago.
Here are 7 reliable reviews for iPad Pro. Re/code -
Apple product critic and fan Walter Mosberg admits that the iPad Pro may attract the business market Apple is pursuing, but he says one should not throw away their laptops yet.
"You would think that iPad people like me would be ecstatic about the iPad Pro, even though its basic price of $ Wi-799 is highFi-
"The model with only 32 gb of memory extends to $949 with 128 GB of memory and soared to $1,000 with cellular functionality," Mosberg wrote in his Re/code review . ". "But I'm not.
Mosberg cited three key issues with the iPad Pro: He said it was "too big, too big" to be used for a long time, the optional keyboard was missing several shortcut keys, few apps take advantage of the screen size enlarged by the iPad Pro to make visible panels or features that are sometimes hidden on mobile devices.
The longtime tech journalist says he admires the iPad Pro because Apple has the ability to design products that are "thin, beautiful, and capable.
But in the end, he said, "I won't buy one, and I don't recommend buying one for ordinary users . "
The Wall Street Journal
In stark contrast to the Wall Street Journal's Joanna berg, Joanna Stern has hardly wasted time praising the iPad Pro and it will soon be in the consumer
"Professionals seem to be sandwiched between ipad and MacBooks, but it will be your main computer in the future," Stern wrote in her comments . ".
The iPad Pro should be considered three things in a version of a laptop, sketch board, and mini laptop, says Stern. TV.
Consumers will appreciate the larger screen of the iPad Pro, she said, as it provides enough space to manage multiple applications, as well as improvements to the battery performance of the device.
As an example, Stern gave the iPad Pro the ultimate test that some people think it is: streaming media Netflix (NFLX -Get Report)
Video before the battery ran out of power
In the case of a screen brightness of 75%, Stern said, she was able to play 8 hours and 15 minutes before Netflix's battery ran out.
Microsoft (MSFT -Get Report)
Need to reinstall Surface Pro 4Charge after 2.
5 hours in a similar test. USA Today -
USA Today's Ed baggie Berg is impressed by how Apple makes the iPad Pro so much, but still relatively light in size.
"Being bigger doesn't mean being heavier," Beig wrote in the comments . ". "[The]
The IPad Pro weighs less than 1 pound.
6 pounds, in the long run, it is slightly heavier than the original iPad released in 2010, although the first iPad and the standard-
Smaller models have come out. 7-inch displays.
"Beig does have some concerns about the iPad Pro.
Typing on an optional keyboard is a "good experience, but not a perfect experience," he says, and folding the keyboard is a challenge.
He also said it was troublesome that the keyboard did not have its own trackpad. Yahoo! Tech --
David poguborg has called on Apple to create a product that seems to be a bit copying from an old competitor of the company, rather than opening up a new path on tech products. "What's that?
Is there a problem?
Yes, the elephant in the room. go ahead?
Boger asked at the beginning of the comment.
"Why, yes, indeed-
You should ask.
The IPad Pro does look a lot like Microsoft's Surface Pro.
This is also a tablet with an optional screen cover that can unfold a real working keyboard with a drawing stylus.
The optional stylus, called an Apple Pencil, "reacts faster" than any stylus he has ever used, and the "ink" on the device never lags behind the pencil's movement, Pogue said.
However, he did not sell on the $99 price tag for the pencil, nor did he actually sell on the fact that the pencil needed a battery to use, which he called "cheap"
It feels like a plastic tube. " TechCrunch -
Matthew PanzarinoIn's comment on TechCrunch Panzarino takes a more philosophical approach to the iPad Pro, first of all, pointing out how it made its debut at a time when high hopes were placed on the device, and whether it's a real replacement for a laptop or desktop computer.
"Is this a potential replacement for laptops?
Will it bring a big world of iPad consumption?
"We need to ask ourselves if an iPad or tablet can do the same thing as a laptop or desktop, rather than struggling with what it can do differently, or something better.
Panzarino said it would take some time and effort to answer the question, but now, there is a group of computer users who "will most likely end up choosing iPad Pro as an" enhanced "component for smartphones. " The Verge -
Reviewer Lauren Goodall said that the iPad Pro may be able to find a location between a laptop and a small tablet that is already on the market.
"Some people just want to buy the biggest iPad they can get, it's a very big, very good iPad," Goode wrote in her comments . ".
Goode calls the iPad Pro's improved screen resolution "amazing" and represents features like its 1. 2-
The megapixel front camera and the 1080 p HD video recording feature are one of the reasons why the tablet has a high-priced label. Bloomberg -
Sam GrobartBloomberg's Grobart wasted very little time expressing his praise for the iPad Pro and started his review calling it "Mercedes-
Mercedes-Benz g5x tablet.
"By the way, the bottom price of that SUV is $119,900.
Grobart highlighted projects that included the iPad Pro's screen and four speakers, which he said were louder and fuller --
Larger than the internal sound of any other tablet on the market. "[The iPad Pro]
The best size-
"The screen tablet comes with a connectable keyboard and an optional stylus that you may get today," writes Grobart . ".
"If you have been in the market for nearly 13 years --
Inch touch screen, I really
Ironically, you will find that the iPad Pro is perfect for your needs.