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iPad Pro / Apple Pencil users -


Just curious what your thoughts are concerning the rumored 9.7 inch iPad Pro...


It is supposed to support Apple pencil.


The advantages/disadvantages between the different sizes seem obvious, but I was just wondering, based on experience, if anyone might have some insights they would like to share.




Ronniemcbride - (have you got an apple pencil yet?)



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Apple Pencil on iPad Pro is my favorite stylus/iPad combo. Previously I had iPad Air 1 with bluetooth styluses--that combo didn't really compare. For anybody looking at the smaller form factor, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend the smaller version of iPad Pro, assuming it works similarly to the current one.

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Looks like the new 9.7 inch iPad Pro's processing speeds are slower than its 12.9 inch sibling.  


The new 9.7 inch model's lightning port is also slower - supporting only USB 2, whereas the lighting port on the 12.9 model supports USB 3.   :(


The 9.7 inch does have a 12 megapixel rear camera.  But this comes with a bump out, which likely means having to use a case to make it level when on its back.    :mellow:


The 9.7 inch also has a new type of display (True Tone) which automatically adjusts the color temperature to match the ambient room light.  At first blush this sounds like a great idea, but I'm wondering if it may introduce any issues when designing...   :huh:


The new display is also supposed to be much lower in reflectivity.   :)

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