Alongside of the iPhone SE, Apple also announced the iPad Pro. Apple wanted to convey that its 9.7-inch iPad Pro is the perfect “PC replacement” device, signaling to even Microsoft Windows PC consumers that Apple wants their money.
The iPad Pro comes in both 13.3-inch and 9.7-inch variants, with the 9.7-incher being unveiled today. The device features a 12MP iSight camera instead of the 8MP back camera on the latest iPad Air, with 4K video recording to match both the new iPhone SE and the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Alongside of that, Apple gave the iPad Pro 4o% better reflectivity than all other iPads in its lineup, with increased color saturation and brightness, as well as Retina flash, two ambient sensors that reflect the color of your room or circumstances (akin to Samsung’s very own Adaptive Display), along with 4 audio speakers (instead of the 2 found on all other iPads), and more.
The iPad Pro will retail for $599 for the 32GB model (no 16GB here, which is rather unusual), and there’s a 64GB, 128GB, and even 256GB (yes, you read that right!) variant, with pricing going from $599 (32GB), to $749 (128GB), and $899 for the 256GB variant.
The iPad Pro, like the iPhone SE, will come preloaded with iOS 9.3, that brings night shift, alongside of some other enhancements and bug fixes.
So, what do you think? Picking up the 256GB iPad Pro?
To find out more, check out the iPad Pro photo gallery below.