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Apple unveils new 10.5-inch iPad Pro
This is the new iPad Pro.
It's the first iPad Pro with a larger 10 and a half inch retina display.
That still weighs just one pound.
It's the perfect size to allow us to display a full size, on screen keyboard.
It's also the perfect size to allow us to have a full size smart keyboard as well.
And when we deliver the smart keyboard, we're gonna have support for more than languages at launch, including Chinese.
And for the very first time, a Japanese JIS keyboard.
They're the best displays that we've ever made.
They're packed with incredible features like True Tone for automatic white balance, P3 wide color gamut for the best color.
Ultra low reflectivity and the best in the industry.
And they're 50% brighter with 600 niff's.
But our biggest break through is a feature we call ProMotion.
Now typically up until today, mobile displays have refreshed at 60 hertz which means they update their content 60 times every second.
While on the new, iPad Pro.
We've doubled that maximum refresh rate, to an incredible 120Hz.
[APPLAUSE] So what does that mean to you?
It means that all of your motion content on your screen is going to be smoother, crisper, more responsive.
Now the higher refresh rate also means that it works even better with the Apple Pencil.
It's more responsive and it reduces our latency to an industry best 20 milliseconds.
Inside them, they're powered by the A10X Fusion chip.
The A10X has a Six-core CPU.
And it delivers 30% faster CPU performance.
Overall, already industry leading A9X, and 40% faster graphics performance.
They're delivering an industry leading graphics performance that's more than 500 times the original iPad from just a few years ago.
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