WE NEED MOUSE, 24 Aug 2017Save your money. IMO. Buy only when they stop upgrading iOS for your iPad. By then, a succe... moreI agree. My iPad Air 2 is still fine as I wouldnÂ’t throw money in this 10.5 just yet. IÂ’ll give it another 2.5 years and then upgrade. By iOS 13, then IÂ’ll upgrade.
Jeremy, 19 Aug 2017I'm using iPad Air 2 now, been using for 2 years plus... thinking whether to upgrade to iPad P... moreSave your money. IMO.
Buy only when they stop upgrading iOS for your iPad. By then, a successor to your iPad Air 2 will appear.
Currently no use dumping 1k into this device. Market already points to more people buying the normal iPads to the iPad Pros. Because it does not justify the cost.
Its smaller siblings (iPad / iPad minis) can use 99% of the apps on the app store without lag. So what if it has processor that can rival laptops? Play diablo 3 / Skyrim? Sadly no.
Its 120Mhz refresh rate sure is nice eye candy i assure you. But it mostly depend on your media source as well as content reading. Its the ONLY saving grace for this iPad Pro.. but is it enough? I urge you to go touch the iPad Pro 10.5 demo.. try the scrolling and see the text, see if THAT Alone is enough to justify paying 1k for it. Else the rest of the features are the same.. you get it on normal iPads anyways.
vishnu, 05 Aug 2017does it supports usb otg for using external storage devices....??? NOOO
I'm using iPad Air 2 now, been using for 2 years plus... thinking whether to upgrade to iPad Pro 10.5? Any advise? Thanks
WE NEED MOUSE, 25 Jul 2017Joe. iPad sales are declining. The market has spoken.
Sure most people blame iPad is a fami... moreDo not worry, the iPad is here to stay, and as you and MKBHD (youtube) analized that the product has matured.
Today I saw Lenovo Folio video, I think phablets will merge with tablets into foldable tablets i.e. A tablet that folds into a phone. And when this tech becomes stable in terms of quality and cost, Apple will do something fabulous that will combine iPad with iPhone plus.
CPU: Hexa-Core 2.38 GHz (3x Hurricane + 3x Zephyr)
GPU: PowerVR 12-Core Graphics (but not sure what chipset are using)
vcrule, 05 Jul 2017Anyone know the battery capacity of the iPad Pro 10.5. I know its 30.4Wh but I would like to ... more8134mAh. I just looked it up on ifixit teardown. Step 11 also shows that it supports USB PD, the fast charging used by phones like the Google Pixel.
Anonymous, 17 Jul 2017Things iPad Pro should have:
1. Voice call
4. File manager
5. Improved... moreface time has voice calls
file manager coming with iOS 11
trackpad can be had with an accessory
SMS is dying
iOS supports external USB drives over lightning
Joe, 24 Jul 2017That WE NEED MOUSE guy needs to chill out. He's taking the iPad discussion really seriously, h... moreJoe. iPad sales are declining. The market has spoken.
Sure most people blame iPad is a family product.. no need updates, thus lesser need for an upgrade.
But iPad Pro offers nothing new on the plate.. except the 8 years in calling File manager app coming in the fall. Nothing new for most of the professional people.. (Pro motion.. faster pen response.. bigger screen with smaller footprint.. none of which helps the majority of pro users)
At the same time, iPad and iPad mini internals are held back in favour of the iPad Pros.. that further reduces sales.
I love iPads, i HATE to see it go. Thats why i rant about it in all channels to get awareness.. So that those silent people will vote with their money.
iPad Pro need MOUSE support, more connectivity, so that developers can come up with more Pro apps. Now iPad Pro is just a rich man's media consumption device, that will hamper sales.
Pros simply go MacBooks, or iPads. This niche in the middle of the laptop and smartphone, is getting squeeze from both sides. You have iPad Pro.. you still need Mac. SO why sink 1.5k into this?
That WE NEED MOUSE guy needs to chill out. He's taking the iPad discussion really seriously, he is active here and on the iPad 9.7 opinions. Simply, if you like a product buy it, if not then don't. Supply and demand (plus marketing efforts) are the market stimulus.
Things iPad Pro should have:
1. Voice call
4. File manager
5. Improved connectivity, external display external drives.
And adverise as a laptop all in one replacement.
Else i do not believe its worth noticing by pro users who own a utrabook and phone. Just a very expensive iPad for media consumption.
AnonD-630946, 14 Jul 2017Reading the comments on my iPad Pro 10.5 and chuckling. You guys know nothing, yet on paper yo... moreGood chuckle. You obviously bought the iPad Pro for non Pro usage as well!
Because the only use-case you let us know is browsing the internet and commenting on GSMARENA. Very "Pro" indeed.
Reading the comments on my iPad Pro 10.5 and chuckling. You guys know nothing, yet on paper you all sound so smart, discussing whether the « pros » would like the tablet or not, yet none of you are pros in anything, by the looks of it.
vcrule, 05 Jul 2017Anyone know the battery capacity of the iPad Pro 10.5. I know its 30.4Wh but I would like to ... moreWith the iPad Pro 10.5 you get 10 hours of medium usage more than any other tablet I know of including the Tab S3 and the Surface Pro at the same time it's 2 times as powerful as the Tab S3 and has a 120Hz refresh rate which goes up and down (changes) depending on the content being viewed this happens in order to save battery for example you don't need 120FPS if you're looking at an image. According to my knowledge the A10x chip in this iPad Pro is as powerful as the new Kaby Lake core i5 CPU's fron Intel however it has better grqphics on the die than the Intel HD Graphics 620 on the new core i5 die.
Conclussion: I would highly recommend the 256GB model over any other tablet on the market right now.
1. Fastest mobile display
2 . Good resell value after 2 years of usage
3. The only tablet suited for high graphic mobile gaming in 2017
4. Best RAM management on a tablet to date
5. iPhone 7 camera (one of the best cameras on the market(
6. 4K video recording
7. Best drawing experience avialable on a mobile device
8. Double the RAM of the previews generation
9. Very powerful creativity and editing applications (Affinity Photo, Pro-Create, Notability, Luma Fusion)
10. Can be updated to IOS 11
11. Very bright display (600 nits)
12. 2nd generation Touch ID (faster fingerprjnt scanning)
13. Headphone Jack (Yes it's still there)
1. Not durable (bends easily)
2. Expensive accessories
3. Most good apps are not free
4. No USB Type-C (Still uses a Lightning to USB Type-A charger)
5. No Quickcharge or other fast charging technology (lasts long but charges slowly)
6. No Micro SD card expansion (however you can buy a seperate storage device that you plug into the iPad if you want to store a lot of movies and photos and keep the built in storage just for apps)
7. Not IP68/67 certified (but again it's a tablet)
8. Software not as capable as Windows software (You can't make a video game or write a program on this iPad)
Would I buy it ? Yes I would. Should you buy it ? That's up to you however if you're a software engineer, a game designer or a 3D artist you're better off building a PC or buying a decent GTX 1050Ti laptop for $1000 however if you just want a powerful mobile gaming device with a large display that can edit photos and videos and has one of the best cameras then this might just be for you.
Anyone know the battery capacity of the iPad Pro 10.5. I know its 30.4Wh but I would like to know in milliAmperes per hour (mAh). Apple battery charging voltage has vary in the past and is not the typical 3.7V all the time. thanks