iPad Pro 10.5 Review: A Surprisingly Powerful Tablet
Every new iPad Pro that Apple releases are the best one out there. One week after Apple introduced the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro at the WWDC keynote in San Jose, California, reviews for the device have begun surfacing online. The 10.5-inch device Pro has replaced its predecessor, the 9.7-inch iPad, bringing a larger display with 40 percent thinner bezels, a ProMotion display technology comes with refresh rates of up to 120Hz, a 12-megapixel rear camera features optical image stabilization, and a lot more.
Apple iPad Pros have always been the best choice for people who need high-powered tablets, The screen is larger and brighter than before, and is powered by a new A10X Fusion chipset that makes this tablet one of the most powerful in Apple's Pro lineup. Plus, it comes with an excellent main camera and the same 10-hour battery life.
Apple iPad Pro 10.5: Design, Specs, And Features
The latest iPad Pro tablet comes with a 10.50-inch display with a resolution of 2224 pixels by 1668 pixels at a PPI of 264 pixels per inch. The Pro 10.5 also comes with support for the DCI-P3 wide color gamut. As for the hardware, it is powered by Apple's A10X Fusion chip, an updated GPU, and backed up with 4GB of RAM. The tablet also comes with 64GB of internal storage and cannot be expanded.
As for the cameras, the Apple iPad Pro (10.5-inch) sports a 12-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 7-megapixel front snapper for selfies. The Apple iPad Pro (10.5-inch) measures 250.60 x 174.10 x 6.10 and weighs 469.00 grams. Its connectivity options include Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. If you're a photographer who wants a better way to edit RAW files in the field and if you're a type of person who is always on the go, the Pro 10.5 is the best choice for you.
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