iPad Pro 9.7-inch (32GB, Wi-Fi, Rose Gold) 2016 Model
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- 9.7 inch Retina Display, 2048 x 1536 Resolution, Wide Color and True Tone Display
- Apple iOS 9, A9X chip with 64‑bit architecture, M9 coprocessor
- 12 MP iSight Camera, True Tone Flash, Panorama (up to 63MP), Four-Speaker Audio
- Up to 10 Hours of Battery Life
- iPad Pro Supports Apple Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil
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|Sold By||—||Amazon.com||Pro-Distributing-CR||Tech Wholesale|
|Color||Rose Gold||Gold||Space Gray||Rose Gold|
|Screen Size||9.7 inches||10 inches||9.7 inches||9.7 inches|
|Flash Memory Installed Size||32 GB||4.00 GB||128.0 GB||32.0 GB|
|Item Dimensions||9.40 x 6.60 x 0.24 inches||10.35 x 7.28 x 1.93 inches||6.67 x 0.24 x 9.45 inches||—|
|Item Weight||0.96 lbs||1.06 lbs||0.96 lbs||1.10 lbs|
|Operating System||iOS 9||iPad OS 13||iOS||iOS 9|
|Wireless Communication Technology||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, NFC||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, NFC|
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Since I raved about the camera I thought I would share a couple pictures I took of my cat and also of my new iPad!!!!!! I also added two pictures of my living room. The second one is taken with a panoramic setting.
The minority of upgrades along this ownership have been truly revolutionary. Moving to the Retina MacBook Pro from a regular 13" MacBook pro was a huge one. The iPhone 4 over the iPhone 3G was pretty huge.
After thinking about the iPad Pro 9.7", it's hard to say whether it's a revolutionary upgrade. I'm leaning toward "no," but I could be swayed over time. The reason I got rid of the 12.9" model was that it was way too big to fly with (I'm a private pilot who uses it for navigation/charts) and I was unable to procure an Apple Pencil due to low stock. Now that I have a true iPad Pro *and* the Apple Pencil, I'm more qualified to talk about what kind of upgrade this is.
Some things I like:
4 speakers: Apple has finally caught up with other manufacturers who give you stereo sound by default, even on cheap tablets. Heck, my old Nexus 7 2nd generation even had stereo speakers. So, when I upgraded from that to an iPad Mini 2, it was a downgrade speaker-wise. Now I feel like I'm back where I should be. The speakers on the Pro 9.7" are not *quite* as mind-blowing as the speakers on the 12.9", but they're still better than any other iPad that came before. For their size, they're truly fantastic.
Pencil: Wow, this is progress. It doesn't sample quite as fast as the Pro 12.9", but it's still very much as close to a pen-and-paper writing experience as you can get. The quality of the experience depends highly on the quality of app you're using, and I can say I really like Adobe Sketch and Procreate. For taking note and annotating PDFs – the primary reason for this purchase over keeping an iPad Air 2 – I really like Notability. The pencil support in Notability is good, about 80% there, but makes annotating PDFs a real joy compared to the hassle of dealing with print. My handwriting is terrible, and Notability does a good job replicating it to a T. I write small, and much to my surprise, the Apple Notes app is much poorer at recording my small bad handwriting than is Notability. Interesting how a native app does worse than a 3rd party app on what is supposed to be a killer feature.
Battery life: Great!
Speed: Lightning fast for everything. I can't tell how much faster it really is than the iPad Air 2, but benchmarks seem to be putting it ahead favorably. Multitasking is very very fast.
Battery charge time: Still slow! Apple needs to up their charging game if they want to remain competitive. I'm used to my Apple products taking a significant charge in a short period of time, but it's just not the case with the iPad Pro.
Screen space: I know I intentionally got rid of the iPad Pro 12.9" in favor of this one, but I feel like I run out of palm space a lot when I'm writing with the Pencil. I'm a southpaw, so sometimes I'll just write on the right side of the screen and/or keep another app open on the left side where my palm can rest.
Multitasking: Apple really needs to find a way for any two apps to multitask. What about having two instances of Safari open side-by-side? Ability to instantly swap sides? All missing.
TouchID speed: Still a first-gen sensor (think iPhone 5S... old, right?), which is much much slower and less accurate compared to the sensor on my iPhone 6S.
Overall, I like the iPad for what it is. I think that for $820 after tax for the iPad, Pencil, and magnetic screen cover, I have a right to expect a bit more progress on certain items. iPads were already expensive enough at $500, but they need to do a little bit better of a job justifying the "Pro" part of the "iPad Pro."
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I was considering the iPad Mini 4 instead of this but, despite the Mini's standard larger storage, the bigger screen and what I'll mainly use this for seemed to make this a better choice. So far, it feels like the right choice.
I was very impressed.