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I use the 2017 iPad Pro 10.5’ (64 GB). I was lucky enough to find someone who sold it for only $409 on Amazon. Luckily, it came in perfect condition and has been perfect ever since. This tablet shares the same size/design as the iPad Air 3, but is different in a few ways. Pros. ProMotion- This feature was the main reason for choosing it over the Air. Basically the screen refreshes twice as fast (120 hZ) whenever you scroll across webpages or apps. This makes it seem almost buttery smooth compared to other devices. Better Rear Camera- The iPad Pro has a 12 MP camera capable of 4K recording while the Air has a mediocre 8 MP (1080p) camera. Additionally it has a flash sensor for low-light situations. Better Speakers- Strangely, the old iPad Air had quad stereo speakers that were pretty good for a tablet. However, Apple decided to cheap out and use only two speakers. Cons. Slightly Older Processor- The Pro uses the A10X while the Air has the newer A12 Bionic processor. On Geekbench the score for the A10X is 3917/9347 while the A12 is about 4797/11266. The performance is not even noticeable and the Pro gives an illusion of being smoother due to the faster refresh rate. Supported Less- The gap between the tablets is one generation. If we analyze Apple’s tactic of supporting ‘S’ model chips (A5, A7, A9, A11), and look at the current length of support, the Pro should last 5 years, while the Air lasts a whopping 8 years. This is not important to me because I don’t plan on using it longer than 3 years.
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Conclusion.- I recommend that people who are serious about their gaming look at the new 7.9″ iPad Pro. Apple should get more credit for their work on processors and this was only a minor design change that can be easily changed for years to come. [Update 10/27/2017]: I am no longer a big fan of tablets. I use Google Chromebook Pixel and Google Pixelbook for work, and I have no regrets to be honest. What are your thoughts about Google’s new devices? Please share in the discussion below.