Apple's new iPad Pro has a hidden feature - it sticks to things!

Yolanda Curtis
November 18, 2018

The iPad Pro now comes with up to 1TB of inbuilt storage.

Apple's iPad Pro (2018) pre-booking has started in India. Both, though, have the same pixel density of 264 ppi.

Under the hood, the device is powered by the new Apple Bionic A12X chipset with an embedded M12 co-processor. The base 11-inch model starts at INR 71,900, whereas the top-end variant goes up to INR 1,39,900. Both of the authorised resellers of the company are offering 5 per cent cashback on EMI for Citibank credit cards and Axis Bank cardholders.

iPad Pro keeps running on iOS 12 working framework and backings performing various tasks highlights.

Apple iPad Pro is offered in 11-inch and 12.9-inch sizes and with Wi-Fi only and Wi-Fi plus cellular connectivity. iPad Pro 11-inch with Wi-Fi only is priced at Rs 71,900 (64GB), Rs 85,900 (256GB), Rs 103,900 (512GB) and Rs 139,900 (1TB). The EMI options for the devices will start at Rs. 3,183 per month for the new iPad Pro series, it depends on the bank as well.

Mac declared the iPad Pro (2018) amid an occasion in October and now the iPad Pro India lunch has been planned for November 16 according to another report. There's also a new "Smart Keyboard Folio" in space gray priced at Rs 15,900 (11-inch) and Rs 17,900 (12.9-inch).

The 12.9-inch variant (WiFi only) will be priced at Rs. 89,900 with 64GB, Rs. 1,03,900 with 256GB, Rs. 1,21,900 with 512GB, and Rs. 1,57,900 with 1TB of storage. At the front, there is a TrueDepth camera framework with a 7-megapixel shooter which likewise offers Portrait mode, Animoji, Portrait Lighting, Memoji, FaceID with TrueDepth facial acknowledgment.

It also has six cores for graphics. The 256GB storage version will cost 99,900, while 512GB will cost Rs 1,17,900. A12X allows for advanced neural networking functions, which can support AR apps and AI-related functions. Currently, it is available for pre-orders from authorized Apple resellers and will be available from Amazon India soon.

Given the similarities between the two teardowns, it probably won't come as a shock to hear that both iPads have received the same exact repairability score: 3 out of 10. The 11.7- inch model has a 29.37 watt-hour battery and the 12.9-inch version has a 36.71 watt-hour battery, and both are claimed to last up to 10 hours on a single charge. It has five microphones for audio recording and calling, and the USB Type-C port lets you connect DSLR cameras, stream 4K content and more.

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