A few days after Apple announced its next-generation iPad, the company revealed that its newest flagship device would come with a smaller version of its popular iMac.
The iPad Air 2, which debuted in November, will be available in a new 4.7-inch, 1280×800-pixel display with Retina display resolution, an upgraded Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
In other words, a tablet with more storage than the iPhone 5s, with a larger screen.
Apple says the new tablet has a “superior” multitasking capability that makes it “the most advanced tablet we’ve ever designed.”
The iPad Pro, which will be released next year, will also be smaller than the iPad Air and iPad Air Plus, with the latter having a bigger screen and better processor.
But the new iPads are designed to be thinner, lighter, more portable and more flexible than ever before, and they are also thinner, heavier and more portable.
The new iPads will run on a “new and improved” version of the Apple’s iOS 10 operating system.
That software was released last year, and it is expected to continue to improve over time.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Apple CEO Tim Cook described iOS 10 as a “revolution.”
And as the company gears up for the launch of the iPad Pro in 2019, we take a look at some of the features that the new devices are expected to offer.
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