Having a computer once meant sacrificing 80% of your desk in a bulky plastic box and six cable accessories.
Apple's new iPad Pro is about the size of the mousepad, and it's probably the best computer you have. Here’s why.
Apple launched its first iPad tablet in 2010, and everyone thinks it looks like a ridiculously large iPhone.
Then people actually use it, realize how great it is and watch it become one of the best in the world --Selling gadgets
Some people like it very much and they start using it as their main computing device.
For these people, Apple decided to build a more powerful model, the iPad Pro, which was launched in 2015.
The new 2018 model is the third generation iPad Pro, marking the biggest change in the iPad series's history.
The IPad Pro, like the iPhone, no longer has the Home key.
Instead, Apple has installed a screen for the device, covering almost all the front faces of the tablet.
There are enough baffles to hold easily-it's important if you buy a bigger 12. 9-
Inch screen model.
And a smaller 11-
Inch model, I prefer its portability.
But if you're doing the proper design work, you might want to invest in a larger version.
It has two color options-silver and gray-the latter looks better.
This is a slightly different space gray shade compared to the MacBook Pro, which is awkward.
Light weight, less than half a kilo.
Despite sporadic reports that the ipad is "bent" in the box, it seems to be a particularly rare problem.
The fact that there is no Home button means that the software design must also be changed.
It now uses iPhone XS-style gestures to slide up from the bottom and return to the home screen.
Multitasking will love this makeover as you can now slide along the bottom of the screen and switch quickly between apps-one of Apple's most overlooked quality of life changes for iOS software over the years.
Apple has also launched a new technology called Pro Motion.
To put it simply, it makes the screen react faster and the scrolling looks smoother.
This is definitely worth noting (
Especially if you come from an old iPad device.
The new iPad Pro also features a real hue display, adjusting the brightness and color temperature to match the ambient light around it.
This means that no matter where you are, you will get the best images on the screen.
Apple's new iPad Pro is the first to feature face recognition.
Previous iPad models were unlocked using Touch ID-a fingerprint scanner built into the Home button.
But now that the Home button has become a distant memory, you can unlock the device with your face.
This is fast, easy and very difficult for hackers.
You can also authenticate Apple Pay and App Store purchases using Face ID.
There are two main accessories you need to know: Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard folder.
The Apple Pencil is the stylus for the iPad and has been upgraded this year.
It is now connected to the side of the iPad in a magnetic way, automatically paired, and even charged wirelessly.
There is a flat edge on one side of the pencil, which makes it easier to hold and use.
It's a little bit matte than before and looks good.
While drawing, you can also double-click the Apple Pencil while using it to quickly switch between the pen and the eraser tool.
Drawing with it is very easy and accurate, and very real to real life.
The only downside is that there is no Apple Pencil in the box-you will spend £ 119 on luxury goods.
But for anyone who makes a living by painting, this cost will easily prove reasonable.
The second iPad Pro accessory worth mentioning is the smart keyboard folder.
It is basically a case and a keyboard that is magnetic attached and drawn via three flat pins on the back of the iPad.
The IPad Pro Keyboard has no competition from typing on a MacBook at all.
It's small and it's harder to press the keys.
But it's a problem for all tablet keyboards, and Apple's Smart Keyboard folder is also good.
It takes a little time to get used to key sizes and locations, but this is the best solution to get the job done on the iPad.
In fact, it is perfect for placing on a tablet as a box, which makes it easy to walk around.
Again, the downside is that you have to pay for the keyboard: £ 11-£ 179
Inch model, 199 pounds 12. 9-inch version.
Of course, you can use the iPad's on-
The on-screen keyboard and save cash, but you lose half of your monitor to the Keys-you'll miss the natural feel of the real keys.
I think if you're going to type in a document using iPad Pro, it's really worth it to upgrade with a keyboard.
Performance can be the biggest advantage for anyone considering iPad Pro and laptop.
The IPad Pro is very quick to do whatever it does-even editing images or videos.
All of this is due to Apple's most powerful processor A12X chip so far.
Apple claims it's faster than most PC laptops, as evidenced by extensive testing on the technology site.
In fact, it was even touted as being able to run the full version of Adobe Photoshop CC-although it won't be possible until 2019.
In the back, you have a very decent 12-
A million-pixel camera capable of shooting 4 k videos.
It can also scan documents and support augmented reality experiences thanks to iOS 12.
For people who are not started, AR is when the iPad covers the computer --
Generate images in the world around you-a bit like a Snapchat filter.
You can use it to play video games on your kitchen table and measure the real
A world object using a virtual ruler and covering interesting information on a museum's painting or object.
Apple installed a TrueDepth selfie camera on the front, which can be used for Blur-
Snapshot of background portrait mode.
It also supports FaceTime video calls, as well as animated Animoji and Memoji emojis.
The IPad Pro has four different storage size options, including 64 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB, and 1 TB.
How much you really need depends on your usage-for a 1 tb model, it's possible that people who have to do a lot of video editing will need to stretch.
For casual users, the 64 gb or 256 GB iPad Pro works fine and can also save a few hundred pounds.
Standard iPad Pro comes with Wi-Only Fi is supported.
However, if you work on mobile a lot, you may want to invest in a cellular model that supports a 4g SIM card, although you will also need to purchase a new data contract.
The battery life is about 10 hours, which reflects my own experience with the tablet.
I use it extensively in games, web browsing, and reading, and charge for it overnight.
It's worth noting that the iPad Pro is no longer charging with Lightning cables-the same as your iPhone.
Instead, the new model is equipped with a type called USB-
C, this is the same feature on the new MacBook and MacBook Pro laptops.
Many gadgets, including laptops and smartphones, are being transferred to USB.
C. probably (
But not confirmed)
The IPhone will eventually change.
So don't worry about your old cable not working: Soon you may have six USB-
There are cables around the house.
The IPad Pro is a great device and is, to some extent, the best iPad ever.
But it's definitely not for everyone-it's an expensive device for people who want to do a lot of work on their tablets.
You will pay 769 to 1,669 for 11
Inch model, 12 of 969 to 1,869. 9-inch model.
£ 319 entry if you want to play tablet-
The IPad is a much more sensible choice.
But if you're a student or office worker and want a device for media, mobile games and getting some work done, the iPad Pro is a great choice.
If you are a creative person-a person with a professional design or presentation-then the feedback from the community is positive: For some, the iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil is, this is the best choice.
For most people, the iPad Pro can replace your tablet and laptop, or even the phone and TV in some rare cases.
Therefore, considering the hardware, ease of use and class on board
The leading design, despite the eyes, is actually value for money
Watering the price tag.
The Sun says: The iPad Pro is very fast, feature-rich, and has amazing visuals-although it doesn't work for everyone, it serves the target market perfectly.
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