A Brief Review of Apple iPad Pro 10.5
With the latest iOS 11, iPad Pro 10.5 offers a different feel from the earlier models and marks the beginning of a new era for Apple. Users say that the iPad Pro 10.5 is a whole-new device that is much more versatile and allows users to do things that can be done only on the iPad Pro.
The iPad Pro 10.5 device features a new size from Apple, which could probably lead to a new mid-size range of iPads. Apple had earlier launched the iPad Pro 9.7 and iPad Pro 12.9, and the new device size lies in between of that in both the previous models. The company discontinued the iPad Pro 9.7 later, but retained the iPad Pro 12.9 model.
Many users feel that the 10.5-inch screen size of the new iPad Pro device is the perfect combination of comfort and supreme performance. Even though there is not much difference between the iPad Pro 9.7 and iPad Pro 10.5 devices in terms of weight, many users have welcomed the increase in screen size.
The iPad Pro 10.5 looks and feels regular in many ways. Experts say that this is the iPad Pro for most everyday users, unlike the 12.9-inch model, which can be a niche device suitable for designers and artists, who might need the extra screen space to work with designs. The iPad Pro 10.5 is sleek, has a thickness of about 6.1 mm, is lightweight (weighing about 450 grams), and can be easily carried in your hands.
The screen is one of the biggest highlights of the iPad Pro 10.5 and is one of the best screens offered in tablets. Although smaller than the “artistic” 12.9-inch model, the screen size is good enough to support the multi window feature introduced by Apple in iOS 11.
Apple has also set new benchmarks in color quality and refresh rate with the new iPad Pro 10.5. The screen offers a resolution of 2224 x 1668 pixels, offering the device a really sharp and crisp display; however, it is the color quality standard that makes the screen special.
Apple claims that every iPad Pro 10.5 is perfectly calibrated to offer color accuracy and supports DCI-P3 color gamut, meaning that the device is capable of showing 100 percent of colors covered within the AdobeRGB color space. In a nutshell, the iPad Pro 10.5 is a true game changer from Apple.