The first and probably the only thing you will notice about the iPad Pro is its absolutely huge display. 12.9” of screen estate is a joy to the eyes, and it really is creates the aura of power when you hold the device. It is absolutely mind-boggling when you look at it with respect to other iPads. Actually, Apple did this purposely.
The idea behind the iPad Pro is not to replace the PC, it is to incorporate the power of one in your hands. The iPad Pro isn’t for the people who work at desks, it is for the people who travel and create art. It is for families who enjoy consuming content from the great collection of iOS apps. And it is for industrial use - replacing the need of paper entirely.
In fact, Jony Ive himself said it. Until now, Apple used actual paper in their design studio. Ive said that the iPad Pro, along with the Apple Pencil, is replacing the paper entirely. And the Pencil is perhaps the most important accessory Apple has ever added to its products. The Pencil actually ‘compliments’ the Pro - almost as if they were made for each other (they sure were). And the Pencil is what really showcases the potential of an extra large iPad.
The iPad Pro is a very powerful tablet though. The 2.25 GHz A9X chip with 4 GB of RAM (not officially revealed) means a packs enough power to multitask like real computers. It can process 4K video and handle custom iPad Pro apps like Microsoft Office Powerpoint and Adobe Photoshop Fix with buttery ease. iOS on the iPad Pro really brings out the real potential of the device - especially the split screen and picture in picture features of the latest iOS 9.
Yeah, the iPad Pro comes with a camera.