Apple unveiled their new size iPad that is the Apple iPad Pro 11 in New York today, and this iPad Pro will be sold alongside the Apple iPad Pro 10.5 that it’s based upon. So the iPad Pro 10.5 will be sold for $649, while the new iPad Pro 11 will be launched on November 7 from $799.
The first 11-inch iPad is very light, at 468 grams for both the Wi-Fi and the 4G LTE model, and it’s just 5.9mm thick, just like the new iPad Pro 12.9. The display resolution is 2388 x 1668 on a Liquid Retina display, with an impressive 600 nits brightness.
Powered by the powerful and new Bionic Apple A12X chipset, iPad Pro 11 features an 8-core processor, a 7-core graphics processor, and a neural engine that enables fast and powerful editing of videos, support for external 5K displays, and the VR needs of the apps and software updates to come. Storage is in the plenty, with 64GB for 799, 256GB for $949, 512GB for $1149, and as much as 1TB for $1549 on the Wi-Fi models, with and additional $150 for the 4G LTE models.
Two accessories that turns the Apple iPad Pro 11 into a 2-in-1 includes the 11-inch keyboard cover Smart Keyboard Folio for it, and the new 2nd generation Apple Pencil, which is a wirelessly charging pen with double tap on the front of the pencil to swap between features, and magnetic attachement to the iPad Pro 11.
The iPad Pro 11 battery life is 10 hours long, while color options are either space grey or silver. Specs includes full Wi-Fi cover of course, Bluetooth 5.0, eSIM on the 4G LTE model, 4 speakers, 3 mics, Face ID facial login and secure authentication, a USB Type-C port instead of the Lightning port on previous iPads, a 7MP front camera, and a 12MP rear camera with 4K video recording at up to 60 fps with 4-LED True Tone flash.
Fore anyone who rely on the Apple ecosystem or use iOS already, the Apple iPad Pro 11 can pretty much do anything you want in a tablet with productivity capacities, so this tablet suits pretty much everyone. The new Apple iPad Pro 11 is launched with the latest iOS 12.1 update that rolled out to iOS users last week.
– Tom Bowen