Apple today announced the completely new, the highly anticipated iPad Pro. The company is aimed predominantly at business and education institutions with the 12.9 inch display.
The bigger display comes with a beautiful 12.9 inch Retina display at a resolution of stunning 2732x2048 pixels. The Apple's slate further enhanced by the Force Touch that works perfectly in Apple's Force Touch-enabled stylus. Well, the stylus is called as Apple Pencil and will be sole separately.
The new iPad Pro features Apple's latest A9 series chipset paired with 2GB of RAM and the major change in the iPad Pro is it will be shipped with iOS 9.1 out-of-the-box.
The iPad Pro also features Split View, Slide Over and PiP, including to run iOS app in full-view and side-by-side.
Apple also announced the iPad Mini 4 along with the larger iPad Pro. As expected Apple is inspired for the iPad Air 2 to produce the fourth-generation iPad mini.
It comes with ultra-sleek from factor and measures just a 6.1 mm thickness, compared to the 7.5 mm that of the iPad Mini 3.
The iPad Mini 4 sports the same 7.9 inch Retina display that comes with native 2048x1536 pixels of resolution that produces a whopping 3.1 million pixels that translates to 326ppi.
The latest iPad Mini is powered by the A8X processor, the same chipset that is found in the iPad Air 2. The chipset comes with 64-bit architecture that offers incredibly fast CPU speed paired with impressive graphics, making it a significant improvement on its predecessor.
It comes with an 8 megapixel primary camera and a 1.2 megapixel front facing camera for FaceTime HD.