Meet the 9.7-inch iPad Pro.
It's significantly smaller than the 12.9-inch original.
It's 40 percent less reflective than the iPad Air 2 and 25 percent brighter than iPad Air 2.
The screen is 25 percent brighter than the iPad Air 2 and Apple says it's the brightest tablet available.
The screen has 25 percent greater color saturation than iPad Air 2, but its True Tone display lets it change color tone depending on ambient light.
Tim Cook demonstrates how True Tone works.
The smaller iPad Pro has the most advanced iPad camera yet featuring a 12-megapixel resolution, TrueTone flash and Live Photos. It also captures 4K-resolution video.
And of course it works with the Apple Pencil.
Apple's introducing a new keyboard for the new size.
Accessories can be connected through the lightning port.
This iPad Pro has twice the audio output quality of the iPad Air 2.
It comes in four colors: silver, gold, space grey and rose gold.
Here are all the pretty spects unveilled in Apple's event.
It'll be available from March 31.