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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 March 22

[Update: Tested! Crayon works on iPad Pro in iOS 12.2 beta 6. Jason Snell first shared this detail in a Macworld piece earlier this week too.]

According to Nilay Patel at The Verge, Logitech Crayon support is coming soon to the iPad Pro. Nilay says Apple tells him support will be added through software in the next update to iOS 12, presumably iOS 12.2 which is likely due out on Monday.

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iPad Pro Stories March 18

Apple released the new iPad Air and iPad mini today with a variety of improvements including processor updates, Apple Pencil support, and more. Read on for how the latest iPad models compare to the existing 9.7-inch iPad and iPad Pro models.

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iPad Pro Stories March 14

Less than a decade ago, a desktop drawing tablet was an essential tool for just about every professional digital artist. More recently, the iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, and other competing products like the Microsoft Surface line have given creative professionals a range of affordable and portable options to consider. Still, many artists consider dedicated graphics tablets the gold standard for illustration and design. Leading the industry is Wacom, known for its line of Cintiq pen displays. For 2019, Wacom has released the entry-level Cintiq 16, and I’ve been testing how it compares to an 11-inch iPad Pro and Apple Pencil 2.

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iPad Pro Stories February 27

There are two Apple products I was pretty sure weren’t for me. The first was the Apple Watch.

To be fair to myself, I didn’t state outright that I would never buy one, only that I was a skeptic.

Although I can’t see an actual problem I need the watch to solve, that’s not the same as considering it a useless device. I can see potential applications for it, I’m just not sure they amount to a sufficient reason to own one.

I now wear one everyday. But there seemed no doubt at all that I had no possible reason to want an Apple Pencil

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iPad Pro Stories February 25

Skateboarding graphics, linocut prints, and the Apple Pencil inspire designer Neil Vilppu. His distinctive illustration style is the product of merging traditional and contemporary ideas. It’s this willingness to experiment that has led Neil to success in a workflow that combines the creative freedom of the iPad Pro with the powerful familiarity of the Mac.

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iPad Pro Stories February 12

Pixelmator for iOS now optimized for 2018 iPad Pro resolutions, new Apple Pencil gesture support

Pixelmator for iOS is seeing an update today that adds support for the new iPad Pro display sizes as well as the double-tap gesture for the Apple Pencil. The update also brings a number of bug fixes and stability improvements.

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