This release version is the first ipad I have been able to use in production. I design user interfaces for simulation software and this tablet has provided my with much more mobility.
Definitely worth it over previous models. The display is also very vibrant and sharp
Purchased in November 2019 at Telstra for A$1,700.00.
iPad done almost properly
So, this is my 4th iPad and 2nd iPad Pro 12.9 inch model, so I have been using the iPad for quite a few years now.
First and foremost, the capacity. With a wide range of capacities, the 3rd Gen iPad Pro 12.9in comes from 64GB to the towering 1TB. I chose the latter, as I use my iPad for a variety of activities. These will now be extended with some of the other features. But the 1TB provides more than enough room for photos, both by the iPad and also from connecting to my professional camera gear.
No HOME button. This is a great set-up, which ...ensures a very clean look. Also the only thing that dictates whether the iPad is the right way up, is now the sleep/volume buttons. Coupled with the Face-ID, which works very nicely, accessing your iPad Pro is easy. Yes, it takes a little to get use to, after years of using iPad, but it works. The only issue is the camera can ( and will be covered) at least a few hundred times until you get use to it. Build. With a modern, clean set of lines, the new iPad Pro is as they say, like holding light. Just about 1/2kg, it is light, easy to hold. The back is quality aluminium, giving it a up-market feel. It also makes a big link like me tha more confident I wont snap it by accident. No matter the viewing angle, it is clear, the colour is vibrant and the perfect rounded corners, make viewing a pleasure. But what about the CPU? WOW! This is the new A12X CPU/GPU. It leaves even the original iPad Pro 12.9in still a good device, but slower for sure. Games and Apps load quickly. Graphics are exceptional, whether editing a photo to the most demanding games, the new A12X chip -handles it with ease.
Purchased in October 2019 at Telstra.
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