Here’s what you give up:
The new iPad Pro with its all-new design loses the bezels, so there’s less padding to hold onto, but more palm rejection so it’s not always an issue. That also means it loses Touch ID and replaces it with Face ID, which less obtrusive but sometimes also less convenient.
You also lose Lightning, Apple’s — can I call it venerable yet? — iOS connector in favor of the more Mac-like, and increasingly standard USB-C connector.
And… there’s no gold finish option, because pros are way too serious for that.
Here’s what you gain:
A ProMotion display that can dynamically ramp down to save power and up to 120Hz for silky smooth scrolling. Apple’s A12X Bionic chipset that adds 2 extra performance cores, 3 extra graphics cores, 1 extra gigabyte of memory in the 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB models and 3 extra gigabytes — 6 total — in the 1 terabyte of storage model. And, yeah, that 1TB storage option. Also, in addition to USB-C, which provides support for all sorts of accessories, including displays, and Face ID, which also supports augmented reality like Animoji, you get 4 speakers for stereo sound in every orientation, a front-facing TrueDepth camera with portrait mode, and a 12 megapixels f/1.8, 4K 60 frames-per-second rear camera with quad-LED flash. Phew.
You can get Wi-Fi or cellular, and the new iPad Pro also supports Apple’s new, second-generation Pencil, which connects magnetically to the side of the iPad Pro and charges inductively, has a new soft-touch finish, and you can tap it to change tools or do other, simple toggles.
It also has a new, simpler Smart Keyboard which also protects the back of the pad.
And, it comes in both 11-inches, which is similar in overall size to the 10.5-inch Air, and 12.9-inches, which is the biggest iPad canvas you can currently get, but, thanks to the new design, doesn’t feel that way anymore.
It’s literally maximum iPad starting at $799 for 11-inches and $999 for 12.9-inches.
Article source: https://www.technobuffalo.com/ipad-vs-air-vs-mini-vs-pro-ipad-buy