The guys from iFixit have made a decision to take the 11 inch iPad Pro apart to find out what is inside the tablet, the device has got a new design and a much slimmer bezel that previous models.
In terms of prices, the Wi-Fi only variant of the 11-inch iPad Pro will cost Rs 71,900 for 64GB storage, Rs 85,900 for the 256GB storage, Rs 1,03,900 for 512GB and Rs 1,39,900 for 1TB. Additionally, there is also a Smart Keyboard Folio that will retail for Rs 15,900 and Rs 17,900 apiece for the two sizes.
The all-new iPad Pro models are powered by the company's latest in-house Apple A12X Bionic 7nm SoC.
Unlike some other recent Apple devices - specifically the Mac mini and the new MacBook Air - the 11-inch iPad Pro turned out to be something of a DIYer's nightmare, with gobs of glue holding everything down and making fix troublesome. The iPad Pro 2018 models come with support for iPhone X-like gesture navigation, due to the departure of the home button.
There's a new second-generation Apple Pencil for the iPad Pro 2018, which will cost Rs 10,900 in India. The premium tablet claims to offer the same 10-hour battery life and comes with a bundled 18W power adapter. The latest release notes also promise bug fixes and performance improvements. The new SoC has more than 10 billion transistors. Face ID brings support for Animoji and Memoji, and it works in both portrait and landscape mode, unlike the iPhone models.
It's noteworthy that the new iPad Pro does not come with a 3.5mm headphone jack and there is also no Type-C to 3.5mm dongle in the box. Published Monday, the iPad Pro teardown reveals that underneath the new gadgets' slick surfaces lies a tap-happy array of sensors, smaller battery, the usual gluefest and a field of magnets.
The USB-C port is modular, meaning it can be easily replaced as it's not fused to the logic board or display.
There is still a dual lens rear camera with up and under layout.