Apple has unveiled updates to its iPad Pro lineup at its WWDC keynote.
The new iPad models feature new displays and support for HDR video.
Apple has slimmed the borders of the 10.5-inch iPad Pro to accommodate a 20 percent larger display, but the device still weighs just one pound.
The size of the new display means a full-sized Apple Smart Keyboard can be attached, providing users with more flexibility over their work.
Speaking at the WWDC, Greg Joswiak, Apple’s vice president of Product Marketing, said: “These are by far the most powerful iPads we’ve ever created with the world’s most advanced displays featuring ProMotion, the powerful new A10X Fusion chip and the advanced camera system of iPhone 7.
“Together with iOS 11, these new iPad Pro models will radically change what users can do with iPad.”
Both new iPad Pros feature screen technology known as ProMotion, which dramatically improves the performance of the tablets and allows for smoother, more responsive use.
ProMotion also offers greater support for Apple Pencil, offering 20-millisecond precision.
According to Apple, both new iPads come with the same ten-hour battery life of the previous model, despite the increased hardware, meaning power users won’t have to sacrifice.
Both models are powered by an A10X six-core Fusion CPU and twelve core GPU, which equates to a graphics performance increase of 40 percent.
We’ll be bringing you more from Apple’s WWDC event as and when we get it. Stay tuned to AppleMagazine.com