Apple wants to renew its entire line of iPad Pro launching three new models in March of next year, said Barclays Research analysts cite as a source to employees of the firm supplying chains, the La Tercera newspaper reported. Three new tablets from Apple would be in three dimensions: a classic iPad’s 9.7 inches, an update to the largest 12.9 version inches and the novelty of 10.9 inches, no framework or “Home” button.
Therefore, the classic “home” key would be eliminated. Regarding the iPad Pro 12.9 inches, this should have a display True Tone, which has already been implemented in the current iPad Pro of 9.7 inches. Four speakers should be inserted in three models and it should continue to exist the classical connector jack of 3.5 mm. 12 MP iSight cameras may also be.
When Steve Jobs introduced the iPad in January 2010, the bet was clearly defined as a device that would be between the Smartphone and the computer. The bet has grown and in its latest version, premiered recently in Chile, looking to compete with computers through technical power and easy use. He is the iPad of 9.7-inch Pro (last year Apple debuted a first Pro model with display of 12.9), a change that, although maintaining a fairly similar to the previous exterior design, has changes inside allowing sessions of use longer and, thanks to Accessories, allowing a more similar to a PC use.
Let us start by internal changes. Just as it did with the larger Pro, Apple used in this model the A9X chip, which allows good performance in any type of application. Through enhancements released in iOS 9 last year, now the tablet can have two applications on the screen at the same time to what you can add a floating video window. All of this works without problems, even with programs that demand more capacity, such as photos and videos and games with advanced graphics editors.
In general use, is certainly the best iPad that has made Apple since the release of the team six years ago. And also included grateful changes such as four speakers (one in each corner), instead of a single output as it has been since the first iPad, and a new screen that technology suits the tone of the display lighting in the environment. Another important detail is the support for accessories that extend the experience of the iPad.
Read also iPad Pro Tutorial. The first and most useful is a cover with a physical keyboard connected to a new magnetic port next to the tablet. Covered with keyboard there are many, but this does not have a battery that needs to be loaded and works pretty well despite the compressed size of the deployment of keys, although if a row of function buttons, we miss as they usually offer some manufacturers of Bluetooth keyboards.
The other accessory is the Apple Pencil. While Steve Jobs was an enemy of such instruments, Pencil Yes offers some interesting features, particularly for those who are dedicated to drawing and graphic design, in combination with Adobe or Autodesk programs. For the rest, apart from an occasional use, it will not be an absolutely necessary tool.