Apple introduced the all-new iPad Pro, featuring a huge 12.9 inch Retina display with 5.6 million pixels, the most ever in an iOS device, and groundbreaking performance with the new 64-bit A9X chip, rivaling most portable PCs.
The new larger iPad Pro is thin and light and provides all-day battery life. The new iPad Pro will enable a new generation of advanced apps for everything from productivity, design, illustration, engineering and medical, to education, gaming and entertainment.
Apple has mentioned its major features at the launch event, which took few days back in San Francisco. Here are some interesting things that Apple have not told about the iPad Pro. Take a look at the slider below to know more.
No 3D Touch
The new iPhone 6S and the 6S Plus features the much rumored 3D Touch. But, the new iPad Pro lacks the new 3D Touch.
Apple Pencil Charging
Apple introduced a stylus for the iPad Pro called Apple Pencil, which is sold separately for $99. Apple Pencil can recharge using the iPad Pro's Lightning port. The Apple Pencil can fully charge in just 6 minutes and lasts for 12 hours of usage.
Lighting port on the iPad Pro is similar to the USB Type-C port that comes with Android device. The Lighting port in the iPad Pro can also charge other gadgets. At the moment, we can only charge only the Apple Pencil.
The Apple Pencil only works with the iPad Pro.
The iPad Pro has a new magnetic port called Smart Connector to connect the Apple's Smart Keyboard with out Bluetooth connection.
Spill And Stain Resistant Keyboard
The Smart Keyboard for iPad Pro is spill and stain resistant. The keys in the keyboard has no gap, which makes resistance and easy to clean.
It looks stupid taking a pictures in public using a huge iPad. Well, iPad has always has no good camera and the iPad Pro is no different. It comes with an 8 megapixel rear camera, but the low-light performance is not up to the mark.