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Apple iPad Pro Comes with 120Hz Vibrant Screen, ProMotion, and More

After months of speculation, Apple has introduced a brand new 10.5-inch iPad Pro that feels familiar out of the box. The latest tablet comes with a stunning new display with thinner bezel, running at 120Hz. Apple iPad Pro has a 10.5-inch screen which is 20% larger than 9.7-inch iPad Pro. The larger screen means Apple can now display a full-size keyboard on the screen. But what exactly is the new tablet all about? Here, we’ve provided you with the necessary details you need to know. Read on.

Apple iPad Pro

Apple iPad Pro

The 10.5-inch screen is one of the greatest efforts that Apple has put into iPad Pro 2017. Despite the new display and faster processor, the new tablet continues to offer up to 10 hours of long battery life.

The redesigned and stunning Retina display in tab features ProMotion, a new technology that offers refresh rate of up to 120Hz for smoother motion content and great responsiveness. Along with this, it also improves display quality and reduces power consumption.

There are a few upgrades to the chipset and screen size but considering the last year’s model was adequate in a number of ways. Apple’s new tablet includes four speakers, Lightning port, a Touch ID fingerprint, and magnetic Smart Connector.

Meanwhile, the new tablet runs iOS10. And to unlock the power of this tablet, you need to wait for iOS 11 to land. iPad owners and prospective 2017 iPad Pro buyers are eagerly waiting for the upcoming public release of iOS 11.

Just over a week after Apple introduced its new 10.5-inch iPad Pro, the touch-screen tablet began to make its way into the hands of customers. In addition to delivered preorders, the tablet is also available at Apple retail stores.

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