With great battery life, slim chassis, iOS 11 and up to 512GB of storage Apple’s tablet is as close to perfect as possible.
Back in 2010, when I got my first iPad I was blown away by how nice it felt, fast forward 7 years and when I hold this tablet, I’m reminded of that magical day when I unboxed the iPad 2.
Much of the border has been removed giving the allusion that you’re holding nothing but a slab of glass.
The front of the tablet, is nothing but screen.
For sighted people they’ll appreciate the larger screen.
Us blind folk will make use of larger touch points for iPad specific apps.
In conclusion the design is fantastic, and as the old saying goes “don’t brake it if it isn’t broke.”
Power, oh my!
Ever since Apple started making their own CPU’s, the power of the iPad has been amazing.
In my stress test where I ping the modem and play video at full brightness the Pad lasted 11 hours.
That’s super impressive and with less use you should be able to make it through a day at the office with some time to play games) (all work and no play is no fun).
Most apps don’t come close to taxing the processor, but it’s good that Apple is future proofing the tablet.
A note on Touch ID, if you want to use the ID, probs best to get an iPad Pro now, as with the next refreshed Apple is probs going to switch to Face ID.
The iPad Pro is an awesome piece of equipment, can’t wait to take it on my travels as I’d like to get my work done when I’m on vacation.
It’s a great addition to a PC.