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2018 iPad Pro hands-on: Improving on the world’s best tablet

Valentina Palladino

Apple already had the best tablet on the market with the iPad Pro, but for the company’s target audience of creative and tech-y professionals and hobbyists, that wasn’t always enough. Even the iPad “Pro” had limitations that made it hard to see it as a true laptop replacement. So, Apple has introduced new iPad Pro models that address some of those limitations while bringing in many of the company’s biggest ideas from the newer iPhones.

I handled both of the new models at Apple’s event in Brooklyn earlier today, and I was surprised how different they felt and looked compared to last year’s models or even to this year’s iPad. But what really matters is what’s inside, and that’s intriguing, too.

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