iPad Pro features the powerful Apple M1 chip with next-level performance and all-day battery life.³ The Liquid Retina display on the 11-inch iPad Pro is not only gorgeous, but super portable.¹ And a front camera with Center Stage keeps you in frame automatically during video calls. iPad Pro has pro cameras and a LiDAR Scanner for stunning photos, videos, and immersive AR. Thunderbolt for connecting to high-performance accessories. And you can add Apple Pencil for note-taking, drawing, and marking up documents, and the Magic Keyboard for a responsive typing experience and trackpad.⁴
Stunning 11-inch Liquid Retina display¹ with ProMotion, True Tone, and P3 wide color
TrueDepth camera system featuring Ultra Wide front camera with Center Stage
12MP Wide camera, 10MP Ultra Wide camera, and LiDAR Scanner for immersive AR
Stay connected with ultrafast Wi-Fi 6
Go further with all-day battery life³
Thunderbolt port for connecting to fast external storage, displays, and docks
Face ID for secure authentication and Apple Pay
Four speaker audio and five studio-quality microphones
Support for Apple Pencil (2nd generation), Magic Keyboard, and Smart Keyboard Folio⁴
iPadOS is powerful, intuitive, and designed specifically for iPad
Over a million apps on the App Store just for iPad
Apps are available on the App Store. Title availability is subject to change.
¹ The display has rounded corners. When measured diagonally as a rectangle, the iPad Pro 11-inch screen is 11 inches. Actual viewable area is less.
² Data plan required. Gigabit LTE, LTE, and Wi-Fi calling are available in select markets and through select carriers. Speeds are based on theoretical throughput and vary based on site conditions and carrier.
³ Battery life varies by use and configuration. See apple.com/batteries for more information.
⁴ Accessories are sold separately. Compatibility varies by generation.
Apple 11-Inch iPad Pro (Latest Model) with Wi-Fi - 256GB
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
The iPad Pro has facial recognition and is great!
Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.
I had a difficult time deciding if the iPad Pro was worth the extra money compared with the new iPad Air. They are very similar from the perspective of size, memory, chip, and display. Both can use the new Magic Keyboard (yes, it really is worth the money), but the iPad Pro has one feature that changed the game for me……it has Facial Recognition. The iPad Air DOES NOT. I use Facial Recognition on my iPhone and on my previous iPad Pro and I was not willing to go back to fingerprint touch. So if that matters to you, it will guide your choice.
The iPad Pro is a simply wonderful device. The screen display is clear, crisp, beautiful colors and resolutions. The camera is superb. The 11” is a great size for both working at a desk or for working on your lap. It works with the Apple Pencil, has a very responsive touch screen, and if you wish it had a Keyboard and a Touch Pad, you can buy the Magic Keyboard. The Magic Keyboard is expensive but it really is a great keyboard. It gives your iPad a responsive backlighted keyboard, the choice of using the keyboard keys, the touch pad, ( I had forgotten how convenient that is), the Apple Pencil, and the Touchscreen. It also has a USB-C charging port on the hinge, on the left side, which i use all the time since it keeps the cord out of my way and charges the iPad as well as the Pencil and Keypad at the same time.
The IPad Pro is easy to hold. Adding the Magic Keyboard adds weight, but not a lot, so I remove the iPad Pro from the Magic Keyboard if I just want to read. I have No regrets with my choice to buy the iPad Pro.
Just an amazing device with a very powerful processor. The ability to mulitapp (split screen) while watching Netflix (floating screen) on your bed is just the greatest feeling ever. Its finally like having a true portable computer on your lap (or in this case belly). Another detail is if you like to browse, watch movies and do some digital drawing then go for the 11 inch iPad as it will rest comfy on your lap/belly while the bigger 12.9 inch is just too big and heavy to use on your bed (more for desktop use).
If you photo/video edit or import your own videos onto the device I recommend going for the 256GB like I did. If not just go for the 128GB which is more than enough for an array of apps and most video games.
Ipad specs (11 inch iPad Pro with wi-fi - 256GB)
As a freelance graphic designer, I was debating if I wanted to go for the iPad Pro. After doing some research, I decided this was a no-brainer. I purchased the Apple Pencil 2 and a Logitech Keyboard to go with it.
After having this for almost a week, I’m so glad that I made the decision. This makes things so much easier. I use Adobe Creative Cloud and it’s great having some of these tools available on the iPad, I’ve heard they’ve come a long way, I’m very impressed.
If you’re serious about graphic design, or you’re a creative person, definitely check this model out.
This is a 5 star even with having to learn new things. Clear bigger screen. Old one was first generation many years ago. Able to play all the prior games that were transferred over and very pleased. Best birthday present for an old man confined to the house.
The Apple iPad was a smart choice for me and my needs. I was able to download the MS office package and sync it to my computer so I can create docs on both. The iPad is lightweight and comfortable to use. I love the layout of the icons and all the Special features, like face recognition access to certain apps that you want to keep private in case your child is using the device. I do some stock trading and I don’t want them to be able to go in there, and this helps keep it private.
This was my second IPad. I had the 3rd gen Ipad (2012) and I got it as my high school graduation gift. And up to now it still works. I’ve always wanted to upgrade but it was too expensive then. But when the the ipad pro came out. I decided to get one, and I didn’t regret it. The PRO is an amazing product. Now, I can go back to my first love which is drawing. Don’t care for paid reviews but I really have to say. This is so worth it!! I love my ipad pro :)
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A:AnswerYes this is the latest one. It is the 3rd generation of the 11 inch iPad Pro. That size started with the 3rd generation of all iPad Pros in 2018. Previous to that there was a 9.7 inch and a 10.5 inch.
A:AnswerI would say yes if your using it for research, notes, art based learning, some light creativity/production, and for sheer portability. Honestly I would think the MacBook in any form would better suit a college student. With the battery life almost doubled and the full power of MACOS combined with the endless ways to be productive, millions of tabs for browsing, dedicated keyboard, and full fledged Mac App Software you would be far more productive vs having to find work arounds to do basic things not easily completed on ipad os in its current form. Wwdc is coming soon which is rumored to bring better software on par with mac os for ipad os but thats a shot in the dark. With that said ipad is super fast, portable, and extremely convenient as well as a joy to use for consumption which is just as important as being productive as a student.
A:AnswerThe Wi-Fi part of all iPads is integrated into them. You can use the Wi-Fi only versions of iPads anywhere Wi-Fi is accessible. The 4G/LTE equipped iPads can also be integrated into the equipment, but in order to use that functionality you would have to pay a monthly fee to a cellular phone company.