Apple has launched the new iPad Pro, the first tablet with Retina display that supports both high-resolution and Full HD displays.
The new model will be available starting December 2018, with a starting price of $1,299.
The company’s first tablet to support the new screen resolution is the Retina iPad Pro.
The tablet comes with a 12.3-inch screen with a Retina Display, the same size as the Retinal display found on the iPad Pro and the Retinas flagship iPad Pro model.
The display also supports high-speed HDR, allowing the tablet to render images in a way that is “up to two times faster than the display of a conventional PC,” according to the company.
Apple says that the iPad Pros 12.1-inch display will be able to “upgrade and optimize the image quality and contrast of a high-definition image, providing you more detailed and vibrant images.”
Apple says the new display is also “more versatile and responsive than a traditional display.”
The new iPad Pros will also support the latest iPad Air models.
The iPad Pro will be one of the first tablets to support Full HD and HDR displays.
While the new models are not going to be available in the U.S., the new iPads will be sold in other countries.
In the meantime, the company says that users who purchase an iPad Pro before December 18 will receive an “early bird” discount.
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