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Apple first introduced the 12.9-inch iPad Pro in 2015 followed by the 9.7-inch model in March of 2016. Second generation models were introduced in both 12.9-inch and 10.5-inch form factors in 2017. Apple’s third-generation iPad Pro, which launched in November of 2018, comes in both 12.9-inch and a 11-inch sizes, features an all-screen display with minimal bezels, and no Home button. The new iPads incorporate the TrueDepth camera from the iPhone line, allowing for Face ID biometric authentication.

The iPad Pro is marketed as a device that is more powerful than most PCs, and the latest benchmarks of the A12X inside the 2018 models back that claim up.

iPad Pro Stories November 16

Adobe is out today with updates to a couple of products including a new version of Lightroom CC for iOS with support for the iPad Pro, iPhone XS and XR, gesture compatibility with the new Apple Pencil, and more.

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How to force restart iPad Pro

Software isn’t perfect and can sometimes lock up. Knowing how to force restart your Home button-less iPad Pro is handy when iOS locks up on you.

Follow along to learn how to force restart iPad Pro…

iPad Pro Stories November 15

When Face ID came to the iPhone X last year, I wrote that I couldn’t wait for the technology to come to the Mac as well. Something I didn’t take into account at the time, however, was Face ID’s potential on the iPad. Nonetheless, the new iPad Pro models released just last week include Face ID technology, and it’s even better than on the iPhone X and iPhone XS.

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iPad Pro Stories November 14

Earlier today, I published my own experience with the new iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. While I’m still finding a niche for it as a creative tool alongside my Mac, many professionals have been integrating iPads into their daily workflows for years.

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The new iPad Pro is deceptively nuanced. Its all-screen design communicates obvious simplicity and clearly defined function. But beyond the display is a story that’s still being written. Is an iPad Pro for me? How far can its software be pushed? Is this really supposed to replace my Mac? These are some of the questions I set out to answer when I picked one up last week.

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Luna Display lets iPad Pro be your primary Mac mini touchscreen display

Luna Display offers a slick way to extend your MacBook display with iPad. Now, the company put the Mac mini to the test to see how the new iPad Pro would be as a wireless touchscreen display for the new Mac desktop.

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