Apple IPad Pro 12.9-Inch 1TB WiFi + Cellular
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Display Type 12.9? Multi-Touch Liquid Retina Display (2732 x 2048)
Processor Type Apple A12X 64-Bit SoC + M12 Coprocessor
Wireless Connection 4G LTE | Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) | BT 5.0
Front 7MP TrueDepth Face ID Camera
Rear 12MP Camera
USB Type-C Connectivity
Supports Apple Pencil (2nd Gen)
1 Year Warranty
The 12.9? iPad Pro from Apple, updated from the same one you know and love, ditches the Home button for a display thats more screen and less bezel. Built with the same Liquid Retina technology found on iPhones, the iPad Pros 12.9? display features a 2732 x 2048 resolution, ProMotion technology, wide color and True Tone support, as well as a 600 cd/m2 brightness rating. Performance-wise, Apple has replaced the A10X processor with the A12X Bionic chip. This multi-core processor handles all the computational and graphical processing needed for complicated tasks. In addition, its paired with a Neural Engine chip for advanced machine learning.
Edge-to-Edge Liquid Retina Display
The Liquid Retina display in the iPad Pro features wide color support, True Tone, and an anti-reflective coating for a natural, accurate viewing experience both indoors and out. It also supports ProMotion technology, which automatically adjusts the displays refresh rate, up to 120Hz, for smooth and responsive scrolling.
A12X Bionic Chip
The Apple A12X Bionic chip, built on 7nm technology, consists of an 8-core CPU and a 7-core GPU. This chip is designed to tackle complex tasks such as editing photos, creating 3D models, and more. Additionally, a Neural Engine chip works alongside the A12X for advanced machine learning from photography to AR.
Face ID & Cameras
With the removal of the home button, the iPad Pro now utilizes its 7MP front-facing TrueDepth camera with Face ID for security and unlocking your device. It works in any position and enables you to use Apple Pay in apps as well as Animoji and Memoji in chats. At the rear is a 12MP camera, which supports 4K video, document scanning, and AR experiences.