Apple seems to have found the perfect measure after the launch of the new 10.5-inch iPad. A tablet neither very big, nor very small. Simply ideal.
The first iPad Pro model presented (also recently updated) had a 12.9-inch screen, an ideal size for designers who want to work on their projects.
The next Pro model (9.7 inches) had a more conventional size, and proved to be a great option for anyone looking for an upgrade to their iPad Air 2.
And the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro model seems to have the right balance: a screen 20% larger than the 9.7-inch iPad Pro but with 40% narrower side bezels.
Brighter, more powerful, more iPad
The 10.5-inch iPad Pro screen is 50% brighter than the first-generation iPad Pro display. This means that it has less reflectance, that is, as a user you will be able to see its contents much better in broad daylight.
In addition, this brilliant screen is capable of displaying HDR content. It offers more details and in a much sharper way. It is a True Tone screen, it has some hidden sensors that measure the environmental light of the environment to adjust its color tonalities automatically.
Its processor is based on an A10X Fusion chip, whose performance is much higher than that of the vast majority of tablet-PCs. This processor makes the iPad Pro very fast, very powerful and very fluid. We are talking about 4 GB of RAM.
But these features by themselves can not make the 10.5-inch iPad Pro become the best tablet on the market. But the launch of iOS 11 does, and is that the merger between software and Apple's hardware is far superior to other mobile devices.