The tablet designed by Apple: iPad Pro comes in two sixes: 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch and the most updated version has been released this year in June, during the WWDC.
The question on everyone’s minds is whether the newest iPad Pro can really replace a laptop. To decide this it is important to fully understand all the features and specifications on the iPad Pro.
Specs and features of the iPad Pro
The new updated version of the iPad Pro comes with the iOS 11 operating system. This system was also introduced on the 5th of June at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). The new operating system has the Control Center customizable, with a wider range of settings, the text is bolder and some apps have a different design (Calculator, Phone).
The second generation iPad Pro has an A10X six-core CPU and a 12-cope GPU, USB-C connection and USB-C fast-charge support and the highest memory capacity is of 512 GB. Of course there are plenty of interesting features such as a 12 mega pixel rear-facing camera; however, the focus of this article will be on the features needed to compare the tablet with a PC.
In terms of accessories, the tablet has an attachable smart keyboard, using the Smart Connector, a Bluetooth tracking stylus, the Apple Pencil and a smart screen cover.
Can the tablet compare with a laptop?
So far, many users and iOS enthusiasts have appreciated the iPad Pro and declared they were more than able to use the tablet as a PC. Other believed there are still some things missing such as the lack of a mouse or an on-screen pointer. These features are imperative for those who want to use the device for writing purposes. Another minus would be the price of the accessories needed to turn the tablet into a PC-like device. The smart keyboard has a price of 160$.