Apple refreshes 12.9-inch iPad Pro, unveils new 10.5-inch size

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The new tablets now feature "the most advanced displays on the planet" and slimmer bezels.

With a new 10.5-inch iPad Pro announced coupled with an update of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, why don't we take a look at the specifications of each tablet to see how both of them stack against one another. In comparison, the iPad Pro who's screen size is 10.5 inches features a $649 price for the same amount of storage. This device largely meets expectations set by Ming-Chi Kuo earlier this year. The Files app marks somewhat of a change of pace for Apple, as it had previously argued that there was no need for a "Finder" on iOS. It features a new 64-bit A10X Fusion chip with a six-core CPU, which brings three high-performance cores and three high-efficiency ones.

Both models come with a redesigned Retina display Apple is called Pro Motion.

Apple kicked off its annual Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday with a keynote showcasing a barrage of new products including macOS High Sierra and iOS 11 on the software side as well as new Mac hardware, the company's long-rumored home speaker (dubbed HomePod) and a new tablet. The panels also support HDR video content, offers ultra-low reflectivity and has a fast refresh rate up to 120Hz.

Around back, the iPad Pro gets a new camera (a camera on a tablet - pointless, I know). There's also a 12-core GPU on deck, which should translate to a 40 percent boost in graphics performance. In terms of price and performance, the smaller iPad Pro is definitely going to be an ideal purchase for you because it is going to go light on your muscles thanks to its reduced weight and give you ample screen real-estate in return. Wi-Fi models start at $779. iPad Pro 12.9-inch starts at $799, with WiFi models starting at $929.