12.9 inches, a new A9X processor, and new accessories, including an unfoldable keyboard.
This is the iPad Pro, hands-on, here in San Francisco.
Now the iPad pro has 2732-by-2048 12.9" display.
That's a lot of pixels and it's enough to be able to show apps side by side.
It's almost like you're stacking two iPads right next to each other.
The iPad pro also supports new accessories via a magnetic dot on the side that also powers those accessories.
The Smart Keyboard that's gonna be sold separately is a full keyboard that has pretty good response.
No trackpad, but it does fold up and feel like a combination keyboard and smart cover.
There will also be a pencil that is force sensitive and will work with that display to allow super-accurate drawings for sketches or photo work.
The iPad Pro comes out in November and starts out at $799.
for 32 gigs of storage.
Or you can go up to 128 for $949.
You can also add LTE.
So it's kind of lap top price but iPad Pro has the power that looks like it can match.
I am Scott Stein with a look at the iPad Pro.
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