Home News Apple iPad Pro release date and price in India expectations detailed

Apple iPad Pro release date and price in India expectations detailed

Apple iPad Pro

Apple is looking to augment its enterprise presence with an announcement in September about introducing all new iPad Pro with iOS 9 and accessories like Apple Pencil and Smart Connector Keyboard cover.

According to Apple, the new iPad Pro is having a desktop class processor with cloud support, Microsoft Office, multi tasking abilities, and runs enterprise apps developed specifically for businesses and professionals.

Features and Specs of Apple iPad Pro

The new 6.9mm thick, Apple iPad Pro features a marvelous 12.9” LED-backlit IPS multitouch display screen with resolution of 2048 x 2732 pixels along with a super-fast A9X CPU, a stylus (optional) and a smart keyword (optional). Plus, a stunning autofocus HDR 8MP primary iSight camera featuring pixel size of 1.12µm and a secondary HDR camera with 1.2MP makes this tab even more exciting.

With this the tablet with Touch ID supports 713g Wi-Fi and 723g LTE, Bluetooth (v4.0, A2DP, EDR), USB v2.0, GPS, sensors, messaging, internal memory of 32/128 GB and RAM of 4GB with browser support HTML5 Safari.

The Apple iPad Pro with the latest technology is powered by iOS 9 and a non-removable Li-Po battery with a stand-by time of approximately 10 hours.

Interestingly, this iPad Pro comes with scratch resistant glass, anti reflective coating plus an Apple Pencil support.

Availability and Price of Apple iPad Pro

The Apple’s iPad Pro will be available in three different colors i.e. Space Grey, Silver and Gold, and is expected to be released sometime in coming November with a price tag of approximately 850 EUR (Rs. 63,528 approx.).

This tablet is being released by the company at such a critical time when iPad sales have been decreasing constantly, with a hope to capture the markets once again and to lead to a conspicuous drop in the sales of desktops and laptops when people having this multipurpose tablet won’t feel to need to switch to those bigger and heavier machines.

Going with The Wall Street Journal, it called the Mac “a no show” in the recent event of Apple. It also holds the opinion that Mac although is enjoying greater sales today yet this is just a small player playing in deteriorating industry. And Apple’s iPad Pro is also at stake for the company is just a mobile services firm as of now.

Previous articleApple iPhone 6 and iPhone 5S price in India drops, but not as per expectations
Next articleList of all startups in which Ratan Tata has invested so far
Nitika is an MCA graduate and works as an all-around news writer at PC-Tablet. In free time, she works on Photoshop and plays GTA V on her Xbox. A tech-enthusiast at heart, she explores ways that businesses can leverage the Internet and move their businesses to the next level.

Comments are closed.