iPad Pro 10.5 inch reviews pentru noua “bestie” Apple


iPad Pro 10.5 are parte de primele review-uri astazi, jurnalistii care au primit cate o unitate pentru recenzie publicandu-si astazi si parerile cu privire la noul produs. Vasta majoritate a celor care au scris un review pentru iPad Pro 10.5 confirma faptul ca tableta celor de la Apple are foarte multa putere de procesare disponibila, unii fiind de parere ca este, poate, prea multa.

Multi dintre cei care au publicat cate un review pentru iPad Pro 10.5 astazi sustin ca acest model se apropie cel mai mult de ceea ce ar trebui sa aiba un “PC killer”. Ei afirma ca toate investiile Apple in dezvoltarea de procesoare proprii pentru produse se dovedesc “a merita”, pentru ca in iPad Pro 10.5 este perfect vizibila toata aceasta munca depusa in ultimii ani.

Desigur ca si pretul de vanzare al iPad Pro 10.5 este pus in discutie de foarte multi, mai ales ca fara Smart Keyboard si Apple Pencil ea nu se apropie de a putea concura cu un PC. Cei de la Apple par sa fi inteles mesajul chiar inainte ca aceste review-uri sa apara, asa ca iPad Pro 10.5 a fost lansata cu reduceri de catre unii parteneri Apple, asa ca va fi interesant de vazut ce vanzari se vor inregistra.

iPad Pro 10.5 reviews pentru noua “bestie” Apple

Iata care sunt cele mai importante review-uri pentru iPad Pro 10.5.


“Excellent display, upgraded storage options, faster processor, better cameras and a bigger display in a still-compact size. Faster refresh-rate display also means faster Apple Pencil responsiveness […] There’s only one problem. iOS 11 comes out this fall, and the tablets are here now.”



“iPad Pros have always been great options for people who need high-powered tablets, and the new 10.5-inch model is no exception. It’s a more exciting update than it might initially seem: The screen is bigger and brighter than before, and the new A10X Fusion chipset makes this model one of the most powerful in Apple’s Pro lineup. Throw in an excellent main camera and the same 10-hour battery life we’ve come to expect, and we’re left with a great — albeit expensive — tablet for users who crave excellent performance. It still won’t replace your laptop, but it might be able to soon. iOS 11 is set to launch this fall, and the update will make these new Pros even better for people who need to multitask.”

The Independent

“Apple created the tablet as we know it. This is the biggest step forward the category has made yet, and the bigger, better display in a slim, lightweight frame are appealing. With apps that take advantage of the machine’s power and imminent operating software upgrades, it just became pretty irresistible.”

The New York Times

“After about a week of testing the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, I concluded that Apple’s professional tablet still suffers from some of the same problems when compared with a laptop. Most important, keyboard typing is not comfortable, and some tasks are better done with a mouse than with a touch screen. In the end, I would still recommend a traditional laptop for most professionals.”


“Last year, Apple’s Tim Cook said that “we believe that iPad is the perfect expression of the future of computing.” This year, that claim seems more logical than ever […] This particular recipe is coming to maturity. The iPad is a full-fledged computer, and you can argue against it but you’re going to increasingly sound like an idiot.”

The Loop

“The 10.5-inch really is the “Goldilocks”1 of iPads for me. Not too big, not too small, and really powerful in everything it does. I would highly recommend it. The new iPad Pro also comes with ProMotion, which delivers refresh rates up to 120Hz. In practical terms for the user, this means that everything you’re viewing is more responsive. From gameplay to scrolling pages in Safari, everything is really smooth. You may not think this would make much of a difference, until you see it in action. ProMotion will also adjust to match the frame rate of video, so video looks a lot better too […] I do have a complaint about the size of the keys on the Smart Keyboard though. I’m a huge fan of Apple’s new MacBook and MacBook Pro keyboards and their larger sized keys. There seems to be lots of room on this keyboard to have larger keys, but they haven’t done it yet. It would be much more comfortable moving from a Mac to an iPad if the keys were more uniform.”

The Verge

Guess how many companies came within a million miles of matching the speed, power, convenience, and app selection of the old iPad Pro. Can you guess? The answer is zero. And yet, despite the fact that the meaningful tablet market has dwindled down to some Window 10 devices and the iPad – and despite the fact that the iPad itself has seen slowing sales – the company’s engineers are still moving full speed ahead and putting the most advanced technical hardware features it can come up with into this device. Apple is basically showing off at this point.