Apple announced a new 10.5 Inch Ipad Pro and a refreshed 12.9-inch model today at its Worldwide Developers Conference. Apple said it’s the first iPad to support HDR video, a high-end viewing experience that’s typically reserved for first-class TV sets. It features a TrueTone display that adjusts its brightness and tone depending on your environment to make it easier on eye strain.
Apple’s original 12.9-inch iPad Pro hit the scene in November 2015. Its sheer size and high-end specs made it a standout of the tablet scene, while the Apple Pencil made to work with it made it a hit with designers and other creatives. Now, just a year after Apple introduced a smaller, still capable 9.7 inch iPad Pro with a more typical form factor, the tech company has replaced it with a new, larger model: a 10.5-inch Ipad Pro.