Apple has announced a new 10.5 inch iPad Pro at their Worldwide Developers Conference today. The new iPad replaces the aging 12 and 9.7 inch models before it, while gaining modest bumps in specs. On the inside, the new iPad Pro will be powered by a six-core Apple A10X chip, and comes with up to 512GB of storage. It will also support HDR video, and has a rocking 120hz refresh rate that Apple says will tremendously help with the fluidity of the Apple Pencil. It also dynamically adjusts based on what you’re looking at, so you don’t rock your battery with heavy video consumption.
The iPad Pro also has a new true tone display that Apple says will be 50 percent brighter than previous models. For you photo buffs out there, the iPad Pro will also rock a 12MP camera on the back, and a 7MP selfie camera. If we know anything about Apple’s commitments to cameras and photography, we can be assured that this thing will take awesome photos.
The new iPad Pro will be available to order today, and will start shipping next week. If you’re looking at picking one up, they’ll have a starting price tag of $649 for a 64GB wi-fi only model, and $779 for the wi-fi + cellular model.