Furthermore, these devices come with Intel Skylake processors on board and the base model starts with an M3 CPU with further scaling to i5 and i7 with 515, 520 and Iris GPUs. Microsoft has also claimed that the new Surface Pro 4 can be twice as powerful as the new MacBook Air.
However, it was not specified which configuration of Surface Pro 4 or the MacBook Pro. However, it all necessarily means that there is desktop class performance on the line here.
The Surface Pro 4 is a slimmer device but in spite of that, it comes with all the various connectivity options like 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy (LE), the full size USB 3.0 port, Mini DisplayPort and also a microSD card reader.
Compared to the Microsoft Surface Pro 4, the Apple iPad Pro comes with an A9X processor which is poised to run at a maximum speed of 2.25GHz. When using the Intel Core M3 or i5 processor, the device runs at a speed of 2.2 and 2.3GHz. In case of the Intel Core i7, the clock speed is 2.7GHz.
However, it is not wise to compare both these device based on their Clock Speed only. In the meantime, iPad Pro features a versatile Smart Connector which will upset anyone who is longing for traditional ports.
In terms of software however, the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 wins hands down. Apple’s latest IOS 9 comes with a lot of nifty features but there are a lot of restrictions as well. Windows 10 had its own ups and downs but it comes with a level of personalization that is simply unmatched and you have the ability to undertake any task that comes to your mind.
Stay tuned for more updates on Microsoft Surface Pro 4!