|Screen Size||12.9 inches|
|Screen Resolution||2732 x 2048|
|Processor||1 GHz Apple A6|
|RAM||1 GB DDR2|
|Hard Drive||128 GB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||PowerVR SGX543MP4|
|Chipset Brand||Imagination Technologies|
|Wireless Type||802.11A, 802.11 A/C, 802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||10|
Apple iPad Pro (128GB, Wi-Fi, Space Gray) - 12.9" Display
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- 12.9" Retina Display, 2732 x 2048 Resolution
- Apple iOS 9, Dual-Core A9X Chip with Quad-Core Graphics
- 8 MP iSight Camera, Four-Speaker Audio
- 128GB Capacity, Wi-Fi (802.11a/ b/ g/ n/ ac) + MIMO + Bluetooth 4.2
- Up to 10 Hours of Battery Life, 1.57 lbs
- iPad Pro supports new Apple Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil
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With that being said, I will say that the iPad Pro is a beautiful, amazing piece of tech. It's HUGE (basically the size of two iPad Air 2s side by side.), but that screen is gorgeous to see. But what ultimately tipped me over to buying one is the speakers and the Pencil stylus. I'd love to give this a 5, but there are definitely a couple of factors that keep me from doing so. The first is the cost. This thing is EXPENSIVE enough to give you justifiable pause. You could buy yourself a nice powerful gaming laptop, like the CUK MSI GE62 Apache 15.6-Inch Gaming Laptop (Intel Core i7-5700HQ Processor, 1TB 7200rpm HDD , NVIDIA GTX 960M, 12GB RAM, Windows 10 Operating System) for the same, if not lower, price. In other words, I don't know if most people could justify the cost. But if you can, it has a great deal to offer in the way of power and true tablet capabilities that definitely set the iPad Pro apart, but you'll have to plunk down another $100 for the Pencil stylus to fully unlock those capabilities. It's undoubtedly the best digitizer for everything from note taking to masterpiece artwork, and I can easily see the potential for growth far beyond into just about every type of app, even games. It's literally like writing or drawing on a piece of paper.Read more ›
Is it a laptop replacement for me? NO.
I have a Lenovo Yoga Pro 3 that is almost as slim, has a touchscreen that turns into a tablet by folding over and is fast and has a 500GB SSD as I run many software programs like Tableau, Adobe Photoshop and other analytics software and need a full featured laptop.
So why did I buy this expensive iPad Pro? (Gold, 128 GB WiFi)
It is FAST. The A9X chip makes it blazing fast with quick uploads and downloads. The iPad 3 had slowed to a crawl.
It is still light, just similar to the pre-Air models, just a little bigger. In bed, where I use it a lot I have to prop it on a pillow and that's more comfortable as I like to lie on my side and read or watch a movie. When sitting down on the couch I simply hold it and rest it against the couch arm. In a cafe, I keep it in the case and read it resting on a table. It's a little big and gets heavy if you're holding it one hand and don't support it on something, but the size is what I like.
Here's what I mainly use it for:
- Reading Books, Magazines, Newspapers, blogs, Research reports and web browsing:
I love reading digital magazines, paper issues are so passe and clutter up my home. Whether it's Vogue, Wired, Business Week or a research report. This iPad screen (inside the bezel) is exactly the size of a print Vogue or Wired. Was that coincidental? Maybe not! New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal look and read fabulously on this beautiful and crisp screen.Read more ›
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I got my iPad Pro from Verizon as they offered me the WIFI + Cellular unit $100 less than it was being sold for on the Apple website. In addition I had $400 of rebate coupons for Verizon so I saved $505 when I purchased the iPad.
In my attached video I have tried to do a comparison between several of the product generations and the overall performance. Physically the iPad Pro is massive. When you unbox it you will be shocked at the size.
* The iPad Pro is heavier and so much larger it seems awkward to hold. It weighs 1.59 pounds for the cellular version compared to .98 pounds for the iPad Air 2.
* The Retina display is better as it is thinner and the colors and clarity is much better to my eyes. The parallax side views are clearer and the colors are deeper and more realistic. It still has 264 pixels per inch and it is an excellent video device. The screen has 2732 by 2048 pixels and as a display it is amazing. It is like holding a flat screen HD TV in your hand.
* The iPad Pro has a fingerprint sensor but it is not the newer finger print sensor like on the iPhone 6S.
* The rear facing camera is 8 MP and the face time camera is 1.2 MP.
* There are four portal holes for the stereo speakers and the sound volume is much louder and improved.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I thought it was built in Wifi.. Its just like any other ipad... nothing special...disappointingPublished 2 hours ago by charlotte narmour
Great product. Not fully what I was hoping for. It does not multitask very well and so it is not really a replacement for a laptop. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Michael
I love my iPad Pro. I have made the transition to apple and will eventually purchase a Mac Air or better. Read morePublished 1 day ago by HappySoul
This is an amazing iPad. The screen and sound quality are the best yet in a tablet. If you're used to having (and holding) a standard iPad or iPad mini you will find this quiet... Read morePublished 1 day ago by RJK25
Great tablet! Would recommend this iPad to anyone that is a mobile artist or is a video/photo editor.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
My Wife loves it!!! Great clear pictures, very smooth operation. Easy transition from IPad!!Published 2 days ago by Athens
Great product, fast, lots of memory, great resolution. Maybe not as portable as the air, but that's not what it's intended for.Published 3 days ago by M. Bean