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Adobe Posted Video of Designers Praising the New iPad Pro And Apple Pencil

Adobe posted a video to show the excitement of the designers and artists about the hands-on iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, and Adobe Creative Cloud Apps. They said the use of Apple Pencil was interesting, because it’s felt so natural when it’s combined with the Creative Cloud app.

Source: apple.com

Source: apple.com

“Watch and hear what some of the world’s most creative people think about using Illustrator Draw, Photoshop Mix, Photoshop Sketch, Photoshop Fix and other Creative Cloud apps on the new iPad Pro. The iPad Pro brings a whole new reality to doing real work on a tablet. These devices aren’t just for consuming content. The new iPad Pro with Creative Cloud apps is something creative people everywhere can use to do real work.”

Apple announced today that the iPad Pro will be available to order online starting on November 11. It will be in stores later this week. iPad Pro will be sold starting from $799 for the base model, and you can get the Apple pencil for $99. Here is the video:

The other news: Apple Released tvOS 9.0.1 For New Apple TV

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