Apple’s new iPad Pro is one hell of a tablet.
The powerful device is being described (by Apple admittedly) as a “magic piece of glass”, equipped with an ultra powerful A12Z Bionic chip, ultrawide camera lens, studio quality microphones and LiDAR Scanner.
To unveil the new device, Apple has released an equally impressive ad, taking a jab at the ‘traditional’ ways we have used our computers.
As well as showing kids in the backseat of a car playing on the device with an Xbox controller, the ad also depicts the design and electronic signature capabilities of the tablet.
As has come to be expected with Apple products, the iPad Pro errs on the expensive side.
In Australia, the 11-inch iPad Pro starts at an RRP of AU$1329 for the Wi-Fi model and AU$1579 for the Wi-Fi + Cellular configuration.
Pricing is dependent on storage. If you go for the highest amount of storage available (1TB), the iPad Pro will cost you AU$2179.
Apple also released a second ad for the iPad Pro.
Titled, ‘Your next computer is not a computer’, the ad again flaunts the powerful technology that is inside the new device.
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