Primele review-uri pentru iPad Pro 9.7 inch au fost publicate astazi pe internet, noua tableta a celor de la Apple impresionand jurnalistii din SUA, insa nu atat de mult incat sa o numeasca drept un inlocuitor serios pentru PC-urile cu Windows.
iPad Pro 9.7 inch este descrisa ca fiind cea mai buna tableta lansata pana acum de catre Apple, ecranul cu tehnologie True Tone fiind lauda pentru ca ajusteaza temperatura culorilor afisate de ecran pentru a fi in concordanta cu lumina ambientala.
Desi ecranul True Tone ofera o schimbare majora fata de tabletele anterioare, nu toata lumea este chiar atat de entuziasmata de el, insa performantele i-au satisfacut pe majoritatea reviewerilor, tastatura Smart Keyboard si Apple Pencil potrivindu-se mai bine cu o tableta de dimensiuni mai mici.
The 9.7-inch iPad Pro is probably a look at the future of iPad — it’s a manageable size, has an industry-leading display, and is a joy to create art on. That said, we wonder if it’ll truly attract Windows converts without running a full operating system. iOS only gets you so far […]
That said, it runs iOS like a champ. Performance simply wasn’t an issue as we whisked through apps, loaded up Procreate for iPad, and proceeded to get our doodle on. As you’d expect, given the A9X power plant, speed was right in line with what we saw in the original 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
The [difference from the Air 2] that really jumped out at me was the quad speakers. I fired up a scene from The Martian, and it really blared, even in a crowded room. Apple told me the Pro was twice as loud as the Air 2, and I believe it. Holding my finger next to one of the speakers, I could really feel it pushing air […]
But what’s the killer app that will cause people to upgrade their earlier iPads? Unless you’re into the creative pro apps that work with the Pencil, I’m still struggling to answer that question.
If you have an iPad 2, the third- or fourth-generation Retina iPads, or the original iPad Air and you find yourself using your iPad more often than whatever other computer you have in your house, the iPad Pro is a no-brainer upgrade.
It’s fast and light, and its Apple Pencil and multitasking support make it a surprisingly capable computer if you don’t have some specific app or use case that demands a PC. If you have an iPad Air 2 and don’t desperately want Apple Pencil support, ignore the Pro for now. Buy a good Bluetooth keyboard case, and you can still enjoy all the multitasking capabilities and hardware keyboard features that the Pro has.
If you’re new to iPad, ask yourself whether you really want Apple Pencil support and make a decision from there.
There’s so much more power and utility in the new tablet that it’s hard to imagine why anyone would opt for an Air 2. And if you think the price is a reason, keep in mind that $100 more not only gets you double the storage space of the base model iPad Air 2, but it also significantly ramps up the processing power and gets you Apple’s best iSight camera with 4K video recording […]
Much as the 9.7-inch iPad Pro looks like the iPad Air 2, it takes all its power and performance cues from the larger 12.9-inch iPad Pro […]
The 9.7-inch iPad Pro introduces a much brighter (500 nits, as measured by Apple) screen that’s noticeable to the naked eye, reduced reflectivity that doesn’t kill reflectivity all together, a wider color gamut and True Tone
The best iPad yet combines a stunning display, stonking audio and relentless processing power into a portable tablet […]
I’ve been using the new tablet for a week and it’s a pretty unqualified success, offering all the extra functionality of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro but at a lower weight and price point […]
In every case, turning True Tone off revealed that it looked more natural with it turned on again. Switch it off and you see, as if for the first time, that the tablet screen looks surprisingly blue in most lighting situations. True Tone is a quiet, but revelatory, effect.