With a new 10.5-inch iPad Pro announced coupled with an update of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, why don’t we take a look at the specifications of each tablet to see how both of them stack against one another. These slates are one of the most expensive pieces of hardware that you are ever going to see from the tablet category so it is important to know the differences between them before you end up purchasing.
Check Out the Specifications Comparison of the Two iPad Pro Models
The screen size bump is going to be the biggest advantage when you head out to purchase any one of the iPad Pro models. Aside from the increased screen real-estate, you also get access to a lot of processing power. The original iPad Pro that featured a 12.9-inch display came with an A9X chipset, but now you have the more powerful and might we add efficient A10X present in both tablets, resulting in an increase of 30 percent more performance.
The 12.9-inch sports a higher resolution and thanks to being a bigger slate, it is going to be the more expensive out of the two, coming in at $799 for the 64GB model. In comparison, the iPad Pro who’s screen size is 10.5 inches features a $649 price for the same amount of storage. In terms of price and performance, the smaller iPad Pro is definitely going to be an ideal purchase for you because it is going to go light on your muscles thanks to its reduced weight and give you ample screen real-estate in return.
Both tablets feature a true tone display and a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz. This will aid in conserving battery life as well as make animations smoother. In addition, the refresh rate varies depending on the kind of activity you carry out on the tablet, which is a nice touch added by Apple.
Both iPad Pro models are compatible with the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard accessory but if you want to check out more details separating the two slates, the table has been given below.