Here are the cool things the 2018 iPad Pro can do. Apple upgraded the iPad Pro with a more powerful processor a new Apple Pencil, new iPad Pro keyboard cover and some cool features. Here’s a look at what the 2018 iPad Pro can do, including many of the things that it does that you can’t do on the 10.5-inch iPad Pro or the older 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
Of course you can use the 2018 iPad Pro to watch Netflix or play Fortnite Battle Royale, but that’s not all. You can still use it to play a bunch of epic offline games, lose weight, get in shape, save money and make more money; but that’s not all.
This guide will help you understand exactly what the new iPad Pro can do. This is more than just the slimmest iPad Pro yet, it’s capable of doing a lot of cool things, some of them are things you can’t do with the older iPad Pro or with the 9.7-inch iPad. It may be enough to convince you that the iPad Pro can replace your laptop.
9 Cool Things the 2018 iPad Pro Can Do
You get access to multi-tasking, taking notes with the Apple Pencil and all the other things that you can do with the iPad Pro, but here’s a closer look at the new things that the 2018 iPad Pro can do. You can’t do all of these on the older 10.5-inch iPad Pro or the 9.7-inch iPad Pro.
- Deliver Bigger Screens in Smaller Packages
- Unlock With Face ID
- Run PhotoShop and More
- Multitask Like a Mac Almost
- Deliver the Power Needed for AR and Gaming
- Hold Your Apple Pencil With Magnets
- Switch Tools With a Double Tap of the Apple Pencil
- Work With a Keyboard in Your Lap or on a Desk
- Connect to More Accessories & to a Display
Click through the images below for a closer look at all the cool things the 2018 iPad Pro can do. This can help you decide if you should buy the 2018 iPad Pro, keep your current model or wait for the 2019 iPad Pro.
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