Apple Targets Photographers, Filmmakers And Creatives With New iPad Pros

New iPad Pros According to the specs, both models are less than .25 inches thick, making them the thinnest iPad Pro designs ever.

Posted December 12,2018 in Science and Technology.

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Apple Targets Photographers,  Filmmakers And Creatives With New iPad Pros

During an event last yearat the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New
York City, Apple unveiled upgrades to a few new product lines. Of
these new introductions, the update that was of particular interest
to creatives, particularly photographers and filmmakers, was the
redesign of the new Apple iPad Pro tablets. Here are some of the
changes on the new models:

Apple has ditched the home button, as it did on the iPhone X, in favor of Face ID, which allows the screen of the iPad Pro to move to the edge ofthe tablet. Also, the new iPad Pro tablets now come in two sizes—an 11-inch display and a 12.9-inch display.

There were other design features and specifications that have been reworked as well, including a new liquid retina display, an A12X Bionic chip, a new Neural Engine, better audio hardware (with enhanced woofers for better bass), Bluetooth 5.0 and a camera that has the ability to capture 4K—resolutior1 video at 60 frames per second.

It also includes USB—C ports for more versatile connectivity, so you can now connect to lots of devices directly, including high—reso|ution monitors and cameras. It also comes with Apple's new Apple Pencil, which looks like a great new tool for creatives. Apple also upgraded the processing powerwith an eight—core Al2X Bionic chip and a seven~core GPU system. What that means is you can really get some tremendous power in the apps you use.

To demonstrate this, members from the Adobe imaging team joined Apple on stage at the event and had two presentations, showing off apps they had unveiled weeks earlier at the Adobe MAX conference.

Adobe gave a threeminute demonstration of Photoshop CC for the iPad and how you could create a file with nearly countless layers, just like on a desktop orlaptop. Then, in an additional 1-minute demo, the presenter opened up Project Peru to reveal how the tablet could use the same layered PSD file and bring it into the AR app to create a virtual experience with it.

Price: the 11-inch iPad Pro starts at $799; the 12.9—inch
iPad Pro starts at $999