Every time Apple calls a press event, we know that they are up to something. And true enough, the tech company unveiled two of its newest gadgets. In its latest event held in Cupertino, California, Apple released the iPad Pro 9.7 and the iPhone SE.
Last year. Apple launched the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, designed for artists, photographers, and other creative business types. In an article published in Mirror, the iPad Pro 9.7 comes with a new Retina display called TrueTone. The first of its kind technology, TrueTone is a chameleon-like display that automatically adjusts its color to the surroundings.
With TrueTone, reading or working on the iPad can become easier on the eyes. With the new iOS, 9.3 updates called Night Shift, the internal clock, and GPS system automatically moves the colors on the screen away from the blue end of the spectrum as the sun sets.
The iPad Pro 9.7 is just 6.1mm thin and weighs less than one pound. It comes with the Apple A9X chip, delivering the performance that can match that of any laptop and console-less graphics and all-day battery life. In addition, the new iPad Pro comes with an embedded Apple SIM so connecting to 3G and 4G becomes seamless. It also includes LTE-Advanced technology providing 50 percent faster connection over mobile networks.
According to Apple, TrueTone displays 25 percent brighter and 40 percent less reflective than iPad Air 2. The iPad Pro 9.7 features a 12-megapixel rear camera with fast focus, face detection, and advanced noise reduction technology resulting in sharp, detailed images. It comes with a four-speaker audio system delivering twice the audio output of iPad Air 2. Its built –in sensors automatically adjusts and optimizes the audio regardless of how it is being used. It is available in 32GB, 128G, and 256GB.
During the event, Apple also unveiled the iPhone SE which Apple says combines the compact size of the iPhone 5 and the high performance of the iPhone 6. It comes with a 4-inch screen and is powered by a 64-bit A9 chip and M9 motion co-processor which allows the “Hey, Siri” function to be always on. It also brings ApplePay and TouchID, a technology that allows users to unlock their phone using their fingerprint.
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