Apple Ipad Pro 9.7 inch

Apple Ipad Pro 9.7 inches, It’s way more than an iPad Air 3 upgrade. I can now listen to amped up music through its four loud stereo speakers,

  • Retina display
  • 7-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit Multi-Touch display
  • 2048-by-1536 resolution at 264 pixels per inch (ppi)
  • Wide colour display
  • True Tone display
  • Fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating
  • Fully laminated display
  • Anti-reflective coating
  • 4k Video Recording
  • A9X chip with 64-bit architecture
  • M9 coprocessor
  • Colour : Silver , Gold, SpaceGrey, RoseGold
  • Wifi Models : 32GB, 128GB, 256Gb.
  • Wifi + Cellular : 32GB, 128GB, 256Gb


The Apple iPad Pro 9.7 actually strikes out on its own with a few advancements. Its True Tone display technology adapts to my environment by subtly adjusting the white balance, and there’s a much wider color gamut behind its anti-reflective coated glass.

It looks so much like the iPad Air 2 that you’ll mistake it for one when you see it, yet the insides are so much more powerful it’ll blow your hair back. It’s packed with a weapons depot of “bests” for a tablet: the best screen, the best speakers, the best camera, the best processor.

The Pro 9.7 also has a great new feature called “True Tone” that adjusts the color of the screen, which isn’t available on the larger iPad Pro. The 9.7-inch Pro has the same A9X processor as its bigger brother, but with 2GB of RAM instead of 4GB. It has four speakers and a smart keyboard connector, like the big one. It also has a very good 12-megapixel camera which is better than what either the Air 2 or the larger Pro have.

The difference between the iPad Pro and the iPad Air is roughly equivalent the difference between the MacBook Pro and the MacBook Air: they can both essentially do the same things, but the Pro is just way, way faster.

Its camera is 12MP and shoots 4K video, taking cues from the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus camera specs. That’s incredibly rare for a tablet of any size. So is the rose gold color option and debut of a 256GB configuration.


If you think of this iPad Pro as “just” an iPad, you’re going to be impressed. I’ve already enthused about the screen and the speed, but there’s more to it. The four speakers are very loud and very good — there’s not enough bass in them to replace your Bluetooth speaker, but there’s more than enough volume to make you love watching movies in bed.

The Apple Pencil is great too — it works exactly like it does on the bigger iPad Pro.



I have no complaints about the performance of the iPad Pro, either. The battery is more than good enough to last a full day of work — and then some. In my tests it actually exceeded Apple’s claimed life of 10 hours. The A9X processor inside is the same as what you’ll find on the larger iPad Pro, and it flies.

Follow us on social media :

Facebook | Twitter | Instagram 



You may also like

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *