The camera manages to take absolutely gorgeous shots and it comes with dual-LED flash on the rear, which is a first for an iPad. The Face Time camera has been bumped up to 5 megapixels, compared to the 1.2MP shooter on the iPad Air 2. It also uses Retina flash where the screen flashes bright white in order to take more natural looking selfies.
When Apple rolled out the 9.7inch iPad Pro at the launch event in Cupertino, this is what Apple’s Phil Schiller said, “You may not know this, but the majority of people who come to an iPad Pro are coming from a Windows PC.”
He further said, “When they see the features and performance and capabilities of a product like the iPad Pro…many of them will find it is the ultimate PC replacement.”
However, according to Brooke Crothers of Forbes, as long as iOS continues to stumble on productivity applications along with some simple tasks, it will never end up replacing the larger majority of Windows laptops or even a MacBook for that matter. The device can be used as a part-time laptop, best suited for light, C-suite executive stuff.
Stay tuned for more updates on Apple iPad Pro!