Apple’s next generation iPad Pro, which is expected to go on sale later this year, is the world’s best-selling tablet.
AppleInsider’s tech editor, Robby Soave, was in the market for a new iPad Pro in December and he was pleasantly surprised to find that the latest model was as good as he had hoped it would be.
The iPad Pro has a 16-inch screen, a new “skeuomorphic” design, an upgraded Intel Core i7 processor, up to 8GB of RAM and an optional Lightning-to-USB 3.0 cable.
It has a 3,100mAh battery, up from 2,300mAh for the iPad Mini, and it comes with Apple’s “Super Retina Display” which is a 15.6-inch full HD display with a resolution of 4K, and its “super-bright” technology.
The device can also be upgraded to a Retina 5K display.
The new iPad is one of the best-looking tablets you can buy, with a curved design, new “Skeuomorphic” design that makes it feel more like a laptop, and a new Intel Core M processor that is faster than the one in the previous generation.
This is the most powerful iPad ever.
Apple says it has the most efficient processor and GPU in the world.
It’s got all the latest features, but is the only iPad that supports the latest version of iOS.
This means you’ll get the best out of Apple’s latest operating system and all the best apps.
This iPad is the perfect tablet for working in a team.
It will give you the most flexibility in working on the road.
If you’re a designer, you can work from your phone.
You can use the iPad Pro to do presentations and presentations for groups.
And if you want to work remotely, you’ll be able to work from the iPad on your MacBook Air.
There’s also the option to run multiple iPads on the same network.
Apple has also improved its camera, too, with an optical image stabilisation (OIS) lens, which means that images from the camera are sharper and clearer than before.
The iPad Pro also now has the latest FaceTime video chat app.
The only downside is that the device now supports older cameras.
If you want a tablet that’s also as good for work as it is for pleasure, there are a few other features to consider.
It supports a “FaceTime HD camera”, which allows you to record and send video to your phone over the web.
There are also some extra features that will give a more professional feel to your work, like the ability to turn on the camera on the iPad, and the ability for you to take photos of the iPad and export them to your Dropbox.
You can also use the device as a desktop computer, and Apple says the device is capable of doing multitasking.
The new iPad also supports 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.1, as well as a USB Type-C connector.
You’ll also be able connect your new iPad to a computer’s Thunderbolt port.
Apple’s iPad Pro comes with a choice of 12GB of internal storage, which has increased to 16GB.
It has an 8MP rear camera with phase detection autofocus, a front camera with a f/1.7 lens, a laser autofocusing autofocal, and two flash capabilities.
There is also a microphone built in.
You also get a USB-C port, so you can plug in an external monitor.
There also is a headphone jack, an SD card slot, a microSD card slot and a micro HDMI port.
Apple has included a MicroSD card reader, and if you’ve got an iPad Mini and an older iPad, the device will be able access your existing SD card.
If the iPad is too small for your needs, you have a few more options.
Apple offers an 18.9-inch iPad Pro for $1,399.
That’s an inch smaller than the iPad Air but still a lot bigger than any iPad that Apple has released in the past.
Apple also offers a 25.9.4-inch model for $999, which will be the same as the 12.9mm-wide iPad Pro.
There has also been a new 25.5-inch version, which costs $1.4 million.
There have also been the 25.7-inch, which retails for $3,299, and 25.4.4, which starts at $1 the new 25-inch and goes up to $1 in the mid-range range.
Apple also offers an extra battery for $119, which Apple says is the same size as the iPad’s current battery.
The battery is a dual-type rechargeable battery, so it will be good for a full day of work.
Apple’s new battery also has a micro USB port, allowing you to charge your iPad and take it anywhere.