Apple presents smaller iPad Pro ‘TrueTone’ screen

Mar

22

2016

Apple has presented a smaller version of the iPad Pro. The 9.7 “tablet has a True Tone screen that automatically adjusts the color temperature of the display measurement based on what two light sensors in the tablet.

Apple has equipped the smaller iPad Pro with a 9.7 “screen with a resolution of 2048×1536 pixels as the iPad Air 2. The display has a maximum brightness of 500 nits, a quarter more than the iPad Air 2, as Apple claims . the screen is a True Tone display, which measures the color temperature of the environment via light sensors and adjusts as the color temperature of the screen.

The chassis is a A9X-soc, with two Twister 2,25GHz cores and a GPU from PowerVR 7XT series with twelve cores. The new iPad supports Apple Pencil and also has the connector to a smaller version of the iPad Smart Keyboard Pro.

The smaller Pro, like the big four speakers, which according to the manufacturer comes out twice as much noise as the Air 2. In addition, Apple accessories makes an SD card reader with Lightning connector and a USB accessory, allowing for example an additional adapter iPad via Ethernet to internal corporate networks should be able to.

The iPad Pro comes in 32GB-, 128GB- and 256GB variants. Apple charges 689 euros for the smaller iPad Pro in the Netherlands. The 128GB version will cost 869 euros, the 256GB version should fetch 1049 euros. The tablet comes in early April in the Benelux. The iPad Air 2 gets a price cut to 439 euros.

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