First Look of 9.7-inch iPad Pro; Release Date, Price and Specs


American multinational technology company has uncovered first look of new four-inch iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro about a week ago, now the both stunning creations are available for per-order.

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However, customers from twelve countries such as United States, Australia, Singapore, New Zealand, France, United Kingdom, Japan, China, Puerto Rico, Germany, Hong Kong and Canada, can move forward and can baghuge collection of iPhone SE to earn more money by selling in markets.

If latest reports are to be believed iPhone SE comes with same tech as the iPhone 6S as well with a four-inch frame, while Apple has set cost for the device $399 for a 16GB model and $499 for 64GB.

After assessing the new iPad, it seems to be reduced version of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, means support for the Apple Pencil in addition of same A9X chip and 264-ppi Retina display.

Let us define True Tone and how it works, its light sensors describes detecting how bright the environment is, gives right to iOS devices to automatically adjust the screen brightness.

The 9.7-inch iPad Pro comes with not news but improvised features as has ability to detect the color temperature of that ambient light means when you are in room then harsh fluorescent lighting makes more brighter view of your screen as compared to lit by warm incandescent bulbs. So its onboard software has ability to adjust the color temperature of its display.

The publishers has decided to start sale of these both devices on 31 March, 2016 so customers should plan their requirements now because pre-orders can make your money large.

The price for the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro begins at $599 for the 32GB version, while when it comes to talk about its screen, device features “True Tone display,” though its not technically a display technology.