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Product Highlights
  • Liquid Retina display with rounded corners
  • ProMotion technology
  • A12X Bionic chip with 64-bit architecture
  • 2x faster graphics compared to previous generation
  • Face ID
  • Supports Apple Pencil (2nd gen)
  • USB-C port
  • Two cameras with Smart HDR
Product Overview

The 2018 refresh of the iPad Pro is a major shakeup for the product line, with the latest bringing massive changes without changing the screen size of the largest 12.9-inch model. For this year, Apple has put its biggest-screen iPad on a diet, trimming the physical dimensions on the edges to give it smaller bezels, and making it a svelte 5.9 millimeters thick.

While the screen is the same size, the technology driving it isn't, as it inherits the same LCD Liquid Retina display as used in the iPhone XR, including its pixel masking to produce the round corners, and a new backlight design, while also retaining its wide-color, TrueTone, and 120Hz ProMotion technology.

The external changes also mean the removal of Touch ID and the shift to Face ID. While it uses the same core technology as used on current-generation iPhones, the iPad Pro benefits from the lack of a notch in the display, as well as Face ID working regardless of the iPad's orientation. Along with the TrueDepth Camera on the front, the camera on the back is the same as used on the iPhone XR, including 4K video recording and Smart HDR modes.

Inside is the A12X Bionic, an updated version of the system-on-chip used on the iPhone XR and iPhone XS, with it using four performance cores and four efficiency cores in the processor along with the improved 8-core Neural Engine. On the graphics side, it is said by Apple to be on a par with modern game consoles, using its Apple-designed 7-core GPU.

The side Smart Connector has shifted to the back side, low and close to the bottom of the device. A bigger connectivity change is the replacement of the usual Lightning port with USB-C, which allows power users to take advantage of USB-C devices on the market, as well as to output their work to a 4K external monitor.

The biggest iPad Pro in the range is still one of the most powerful on the market, and with its makeover, it is leaner and meaner than ever before.

  • Apple Pencil Support: 2nd Gen Apple Pencil
  • Apple Pay: Y
  • Back-Facing Camera: 12.0 MP
  • Battery: Lithium Polymer
  • Battery Wattage: 36.71
  • Color: Space Gray
  • CPU Manufacturer: Apple
  • CPU Model: A12X
  • Depth: 0.23 inch
  • Height: 11.04 inches
  • Width: 8.46 inches
  • Face ID: Y
  • Front-Facing Camera: 7.0 MP
  • GPS: None
  • Introduction Date: October 30, 2018
  • Original Price: $1,149 (USD)
  • Maximum Runtime: 10 hours
  • microphone: 5
  • More Information: USB-C charging
  • In the Box: iPad Pro, USB-C Charge Cable (1 meter), 18W USB-C Power Adapter
  • Part Number: MTFL2LL/A
  • Smart Connector: 1
  • USB C: 1
  • Brightness: 600 nits
  • Panel Type: LED-backlit with IPS
  • PPI: 264
  • ProMotion Display: Y
  • Resolution: 2732 x 2048
  • Screen Size: 12.9 inches
  • True Tone Display: Y
  • OS Version: iOS 12
  • Speakers: 4
  • Storage Capacity: 256 GB
  • Storage Type: Flash
  • Weight: 1.39 pounds
  • Bluetooth: 5.0
  • WiFi: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac

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