Teardown of new iPad Pro shows familiar Face ID tech and lots of glue

Apple’s 11-inch iPad Pro uses similar hardware to iPhones to offer Face ID, a teardown of the tablet reveals, while the accompanying updated Apple Pencil appears to have a capacitive grid embedded within its slim body, most likely used for the new tapping functionality.
Source: macinsider

Comparing the redesigned 11-inch iPad Pro versus 2017's 10.5-inch model

A week after its unveiling at a special event in New York City, Apple’s hotly anticipated iPad Pro lineup is on sale around the world. We pit the 11-inch variant of the all-screen tablet against last year’s 10.5-inch model, comparing design, performance and utility.
Source: macinsider

The Apple versus Microsoft hardware double-standard rears up again with the latest Surface update

Across the last couple years, Apple’s new Macs have been roundly criticized for raising their prices using flashy — rather than purely utilitarian– new features like the Touch Bar, while delivering only incremental improvements in performance due to a reliance on Intel’s processors. Yet when Microsoft follows the same playbook, suddenly high prices are reasonable, flashy but unnecessary features are a sign of innovation, and big performance gains aren’t really necessary.
Source: macinsider

A year with Apple's 10.5-inch iPad Pro: the ideal worker's tablet

Introduced as a new iPad screen size replacing the 9.7-inch iPad Pro in July 2017, the 10.5-inch iPad Pro has been available for almost an entire year. AppleInsider takes another look at the Apple Pencil-equipped performance tablet to see how it’s fared 12 months after launch.
Source: macinsider

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