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The new 10.5-inch iPad Pro is the first iPad to support HDR video

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Seven years of iPad development have actually caused this moment.After months of speculation, Apple blew all skepticsaway with a brand name new 10.5-inch iPad Pro at WWDC 2017. The new 10.5-inch iPad Pro’s got a 20%bigger screen, however its dimensions aren’t considerably larger than the 9.7-inch iPad thanks to 40%slimmer bezels. The screen’s not quite edge-to-edge as rumored for the iPhone 8, but it’s still nice to see the bezels get shrunken down. It weighs just 1 pound.Speaking of the screen, it’s got all the benefits of the 9.7-inch iPad, including support for DCI-P3 Wide Color Range for a wider series of visible colors, and Real Tone, which adjusts the white balance of the screen based on the ambient light in a room. Powering the new iPad Pro is a new, desktop-class A10X Blend chip with six-cores and a 12-core GPU with 40 faster graphics than the A9X.

The brand-new 10.5-inch iPad Pro’s likewise got all of the”professional “features from previous designs such as a quad speakers(shooting from the top and bottom), a three-dot Smart Connector for attaching a keyboard, and Apple Pencil support.And fortunately, Apple didn’t feel courageous sufficient to remove the earphone jack. It lives another day on iPad!Using an iPad for taking pictures and videos is still undecided, however if you must, there’s at least a brand-new 12-megapixel iSight camera with optical image stabilization on the back and a 7-megapixel FaceTime cam on the front.

These are the very same cams on the iPhone 7. The 10.5-inch iPad Pro’s screen is the first mobile screen capable of upgrading its refresh rate on the fly, shifting from 24Hz, 48Hz and 120Hz, depending on the material displayed. You’ve most likely guessed it, however we’ll

specify: the new iPad Pro is not cheap. It starts at$649 for 64GB: The new iPad Pro is offered today and ship in a week.

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