Apple iPad Pro (11-inch, Wi-Fi + Cellular, 1TB) - Silver (Latest Model)
- 11-Inch edge-to-edge Liquid Retina display with Promotion, true Tone, and wide Color
- A12X Bionic chip with Neural Engine
- Face ID for secure authentication and Apple Pay
- 12MP back camera, 7MP True Depth front camera
- Four speaker Audio with wider Stereo sound
- 802. 11AC Wi-Fi and gigabit-class LTE cellular data
- Up to 10 hours of battery life
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Top international reviews
-Powerful and snappy performance
-Face ID is more efficient and effective than finger ID
-Speakers are louder and crisper
-High resolution screen
-Great for travel
-New Smart Keyboard is better than previous generation as it protects the back of the iPad
-New Apple Pencil 2 is better than previous generation since you charge on side of iPad
-USB C is more universal of a connector
-LTE works well
-Expensive but powerful
-No USB C to 3.5 mm headphone converter
The Bottom Line:
I have both the iPad Pro 10.5 (512 GB LTE) and this new iPad Pro 11 (512 GB LTE version). I travel a lot and use my iPad almost exclusively when I’m away from my desk. I use my iPad to take hand written notes exclusively and use Excel and do picture editing. This new iPad 11 compared to the 10.5 is better in every way. Probably what’s saved me the most time is Face ID. It’s just way more efficient and effective for me (no more fumbling around with my thumb). The processor and graphics are much snappier than the previous version and there’s no lag on anything I do. The speakers on this iPad are louder and clearer so I use this to watch videos and listen to music in my hotel room. Overall, I would recommend this iPad Pro 11 as a worthy upgrade from the 10.5 if you’re a heavy user of your iPad.
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Game changer for college: organization skills improved (+100), Apple pencil elegant and precise (pencil not included), and taking notes during lectures decimates traditional methods.
I would not consider this a laptop replacement, but you can accomplish just enough to get by without panicking for a moment.
If you have money to waste (excluding emergency funds), then redefine your academic life through this new and improved iPad!
[Academic Success Not Guaranteed]
If youre looking to get one of these to jse for art, buy a mat screen protector and you will,need the new apple pencil, gen 2. The older pencil will NOT work with this even though its linked to it on the same page.
What’s in the box? Just the iPad, power adapter and a cord that’s incompatible with everything I own and every available plug in various airplanes, buses, coffee shops and my home. Apple has yet again forced our hand in changing a plug because they think it’s best. In turn I had to purchase separately a USBc to USB and a USBc to Lightening. An extra cost and wait time of adapters that would have cost Apple nothing to include. I also had to purchase a cover and opted for a third-party keyboard version, not Apple’s $180 one. Again, the very least that could have included was a simple covering case as this model seems so fragile. To address the “Pro” of this, nothing about the device is Pro, additional plug types, card reader, something, but this uses the same iOS as any of the non-pro models, so not getting it? I have the previous 1st edition of the iPad, that when I first purchased it, I took it everywhere with me until the romance was over and iPhone started to have just as much options. The Apple Pencil, which also does not come with this, and most certainly should have, was an extra $130 purchase. As opposed to the ads where they show it sticking magnetically to the sides, locked on to charge and be available to you, does not. There’s a sweet spot you have to align the pencil with and falls off with the slightest bump or swift movement, so I’m sure I will be loosing that anytime now. So, sounds like I should just return this and go for the similar in function and far cheaper cost of a Samsung or the like, right?
Pros: It’s super fast. It glides and zooms quicker than anything else I own. Using the pencil feels the most natural to any other tablet set up I’ve tried. Once the new cord arrives, so I can actually transfer all my music, photos, and books, I know it will be my new best buddy.
I purchased this because I an upgrade option came up on my iPhone. I have the 7s Max, which works completely fine and I use less and less for anything more than texts and emails. But for less than the price of the newest iPhone, I could get this iPad “pro”, which I could actually get a ton more use out of. Let’s see. But as far as Apple as a company, they make me feel like an adopted sibling that has to work a little harder for anything the rest of the family is just given. It always feels like excess without any actual extras.
The only possible down side is that there seems to be far fewer cases and accessories than there are for other models (the 10.5 and 12.something for example). If you don’t mind that this is awesome💗
I attached an unboxing video in hopes that you get an idea of what comes in the box. I have been playing around with the iPad for around 4-5 hours and I will give you my review comparing two different iPads. I am also setting a reminder to update my response in 30 days and then I will re-update everything when classes begin.
I want to preface this by saying I purchased this iPad for class and everyday use. Anyways, I will be comparing the IPad (4th generation) and the new IPad Pro 11. There isn’t much for me to talk about, since I haven’t owned the IPad for a long period of time, so I will be comparing: responsiveness, sound quality, and the infamous Apple Pencil (2nd generation).
iPad (4th Generation)-
This is still a great iPad in my eyes, but when you are comparing how quickly you can move from screen to screen, or the ease of using shortcuts, it doesn’t compare to the pro.
iPad Pro 11-
Within the first few hours I enjoy how quickly I can move from app to app and screen to screen. Yet again, I am still in the first few hours, so my opinion may change within the next thirty days.
iPad (4th generation)-
I don’t have much to say about the sound quality of the 4th gen. I love watching YouTube videos on it, and it gets me from point A to point B.
iPad Pro 11-
I’m a fan of how loud this thing is. Of course, I will probably never have it at max volume, but it is nice knowing that I have the option to do so.
I watched a few reviews before purchasing the iPad, and apparently there is a difference between the 10.5, 11, and 12.9 iPad pros volume (I know, I know, duh). So, if sound quality/volume is your thing, I would go for the 12.9. I never listen to audio on my iPad, so it wasn’t a big deal to me.
Is it worth it to purchase the Apple Pencil (2nd generation)?
As of right now, I can’t really say and have nothing to compare it against. So far I will say that I enjoy using the pencil within the notability app, and I like double tapping the pen and it swapping from pencil to eraser. And the ability to charge the pen by simply attaching it to the side of the iPad is icing on the cake.
Overall, the IPad Pro is phenomenal and I would choose it over the 4th generation anyday. Will this thought change? Maybe; maybe not. But I intend on updating this review in thirty days, and I will be sure to add battery life (both the iPad and pencil) and a list of cons to my full review.
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I purchased from amazon. Was shipped and sold by amazon, I always purchase products new.
I pad Pro was new but charger did not look authentic so I compared to a larger iPad Pro, brand new.
Comparing to other iPad Pro. Both 3rd generation. Also compared other chargers, iPhone SE. iPad Pro 1st generation.
The iPad Pro charger was not authentic in my own examination. Charger was matte whitish. Not bright white. Was much longer.
Port was not designed the same as the others. Prongs were a bit rounder on ends. Cable was softer and thicker material.
iPad Pro looked and worked ok as a authentic products should be by Apple. I expected everything to be authentic.
The charger did not fit in box properly also. Was a gift to my sister who recently visited me, she was so excited with the gift that she never noticed anything wrong or different. I did though. Since exchange window closed, the exchange has to be done through Apple to replace the charger and cable now. Makes me nervous about purchasing Apple products from amazon now. Is why the poor review.
- light weight
- pen charging wich Apple took from Microsoft (who is not a CopyCAT here)
- No Home button
- All USB C cables in the world don't work on it, except the one from Apple and your PC needs to have a USB C. I bought several cables from Amazon and adapters all didnt work
- No 3.5 mm audio jack. I dont know why manufacturers are removing this? it would be understandable for phones but not for tablets. Samsung is the only company that still provides this in their high-end models phones and tablets.
I received the WiFi/Cellular model. Last week I went to the Apple Store and they gave me a few Verizon SIM cards (free), so when this device arrived, I quickly put the SIM in & registered it to the service.
From a device usage perspective, I've noticed that it's been freezing on me once in a while (shipping-related??) i.e., on the unlock screen and in the Settings app; something that I never had an issue with with my old iPad Air on the same version of iOS (12.2). Maybe this is a pervasive issue on the 2018 11" Pro model?
The screen is terrific and totally worth it. It's much easier on the eyes with the true tone and loading the apps is much more snappy. I have an Apple Pen 2 on order, so I'm looking forward to that.
As for the AppleCare+ Warranty, I advise that you just purchase the AppleCare+ Warranty directly ON THE IPAD which will only take you 2 total minutes of your time... and you'll be done & verified!! If you buy AppleCare+ from Amazon, it might take 3-7 days to get the warranty applied to your new device, SMH.
The AppleCare+ is a "software download", but it's only a pdf of the things that are covered by the AppleCare+ Warranty and it is not the Registration # which is needed to be officially covered. Apparently you need to wait for 3+ days for Amazon to contact Apple to let them know that the device was purchased with AppleCare+ only after that time will you be fully covered. :'\ Amazon talking to Apple? Expect a long of paperwork & mistakes in between.
I contacted Amazon Chat Support and was transferred from Nishanth to Priya to Ashish to Prashant. They apparently had no idea how to answer my simple question - "How do I associate the AppleCare+ Warranty to my newly purchased iPad (which is sitting right in front of me)?"