iPad Pro Review 2017

Offering the same design lineup as the iPad Air, the iPad (2017) offers a stylish design and powerful performance with the appropriate fidelity. The iPad (2017), a very good choice for those who want to experience the iPad but are on a tight budget, is also winking at those who plan to upgrade their iPads. Although it does not perform as well as the iPad Pro, let’s talk about its design before the performance launch of the iPad (2017), which offers enough performance for everyday use.

iPad Pro Review 2017

The iPad (2017), which sits between iPad Air and iPad Air 2 in 2013, has the same dimensions as iPad Air. The iPad (2017), which is both thicker and heavier than the iPad Air 2 and the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, is 7.5 mm thick while the iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro are 6.1 mm thick. Compared to LTE versions, the new iPad is 34 grams heavier than the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. In terms of overall appearance, the iPad (2017), which is not much different from other tablets, has rounded edges and angles as in Air models. With its rounded lines, the tabletop offers a casual experience at hand, while aluminium is used as it was in previous models. The tablet aluminium body provides both a sense of durability and a good feel at hand.

In addition to the FaceTime camera, the Touch ID fingerprint sensor is also on the front of the tablet. Let’s say the place is coming. The Touch ID sensor works quite fast and smoothly. When we look at the back of the tablet, the camera strikes eye-catching detail. While the iPad Pro has a camera cap, there is no camera cap on the new model. In this respect, let’s not forget that the iPad is going well. Unfortunately, the iPad (2017) does not support Pro features, so there is no Smart Connector connection.

Let’s take a look at the screen performance, one of the biggest factors in the iPad’s preference. Although the iPad (2017) has the same screen resolution as the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, the new iPad offers a lower screen quality than the iPad Pro’s screen. The iPad Pro’s most versatile multiplier feature is the new iPad, which does not have the True Tone feature, which automatically adjusts the screen brightness and intensity according to the surrounding light.

While the 9.7-inch iPad Pro is powered by the A9X processor and 2 GB of RAM, the new iPad has the A9 processor and 2 GB of RAM used in the iPhone 6s. When we look at the performance figures, the iPad Air 2 is almost identical to the tablet, iPad Pro and iPhone 6s are behind. The popular benchmark applications, Geekbench 4, single core performance 2.348, the multi-core performance of 4405 points, the new iPad, AnTuTu application 129.105 score was achieved.

Like the iPad Air 2 on the 2017 model iPad, it has a 5 megapixel rear and a 1.2-megapixel front camera. Cameras that perform poorly than iPad Pro have average performances in sufficient light conditions. Let’s say that you will not make too many photos or video footage on the tablet, and the low resolution on your camera will not be a problem. By the way, let’s just say it. While the back of the iPad Pro has LED flash for low-light conditions, the new model does not have a flash feature in the rear camera. The tablet, which only features Retina Flash on the front camera, makes it possible to shoot brighter selfie shots in low light on this videotape.

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