2017 iPad Pro 2 Update: Why Consumers Should Not Buy The New iPad Pro 2; Features & Everything You Should Know
Long before Apple introduced its all new 2017 iPad Pro 2, a lot of reports have been circulating regarding its amazing features. However, there are certain reasons why consumers should not buy the new iPad Pro 2.
2017 iPad Pro 2 Features
Apple equipped the 2017 iPad Pro 2 with the world's most advanced display with Promotion technology. With this, the new iPad Pro 2 offers refresh rates of up to 120Hz for fluid scrolling, improved responsiveness, and smoother motion. It also features the best screen-to-bezel ratio, a Retina display with a high resolution. It now has a TrueTone display that allows automatic adjustment based on the room's lighting. Moreover, it is also capable of displaying HDR and can get incredibly bright, up to 600 nits.
In terms of camera, Apple 2017 iPad Pro 2 features a 12MP rear camera and 7MP front camera. When it comes to internal storage, the new iPad Pro 2 offers a variety of options. Consumers can choose from 64, 256, or 512GB on the 2017 iPad Pro 2. In terms of performance, the new iPad Pro has a powerful A10X Fusion chip with 30 percent faster CPU performance and 40 percent faster GPU performance, Isports Times reports.
Reasons Why Consumers Should Not Buy The iPad Pro 2
Apple has received praises for releasing a new iPad Pro that has almost reached perfection. In spite of the amazing features that the 2017 iPad Pro 2 offers, there are several reasons why consumers should not buy the new iPad Pro 2. Here are the details.
2017 iPad Pro 2 Killed By Predecessor
Indeed, the 2017 iPad Pro 2 features superb specs and incredible performance that come together with a bigger screen and sleek design. However, they have already killed their new tablet with its groundbreaking predecessor, the 9.7-inch iPad Pro.
2017 iPad Pro 2 Upgrade Seems Useless
Apple 9.7-inch iPad Pro was more than just a tablet that consumers could ask for. It features both power and magnificent design. It also offers smooth operability that other portable computers cannot offer. Moreover, the9.7-inch iPad Pro is equipped with the powerful A10 Fusion processor and an incredible operating system that offers smoother and faster performance. Hence, when it comes to the 2017 iPad Pro 2 especially the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, consumers expected more. Moreover, most video games and applications run just as fine on the previous iPad Pro. Since most games have refresh rate at 60 fps, the 2017 iPad Pro 2 refreshing power of 120 Hz is made useless, Forbes reports.
Apple 2017 iPad Pro 2 indeed features a bigger screen. This offers a larger resolution and more space for other tasks and applications. However, there is also a price upgrade that does not include the cost of Apple's stylus ($99) and accessory keyboard ($169. Hence, the interesting addition hardly justifies its price upgrade. Moreover, the 2017 iPad Pro 2 is running on a soon-to-be outdated version of the OS, The Verge reports.
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