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More than just a bigger 12.9-inch screen, the newest iPad offers desktop-class performance with up to 10 hours of battery life and new input devices: Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard.
Apple CEO Tim Cook announced Wednesday, unveiled the new iPad Pro, a 12.9-inch tablet that is the largest, most powerful tablet the electronics giant has ever made. Along with it, new Apple Pencil and attachable Smart Keyboard input devices were announced.
From left to right you can see the iPad Mini 4, the iPad Air 2 and the iPad Pro.
Despite its huge size, the iPad Pro is comfortable to hold -- with two hands, of course.
The Pro has a 12.9-inch screen, diagonally, with 2,732x2,048-pixel resolution.
CNET's own Scott Stein said that the keyboard is comfortable to use.
The 12.9-inch screen is perfect for using the split-screen function in iOS9.
With all of its capabilities and potential, the iPad Pro is a tempting choice for Apple fans.
The Smart Keyboard isn't smart enough to pack a trackpad, but I guess that's what the big touchscreen is for.
Because of the late Steve Jobs's dislike of styluses, many never thought Apple would make one.
The stylus is called Apple Pencil and it very much looks like a pencil.
The Pencil has separate internal sensors to recognize the position, force and tilt of the stylus.
Similar to the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablet's keyboard in fashion and function, the iPad Pro Smart Keyboard connects via magnets.
The iPad sports a traditional aluminum back.
You'll find an 8-megapixel iSight camera on the back.
The Touch ID sensor makes a return.
A 1.2-megapixel FaceTime HD camera is located on the front.
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