iPad Pro 2017 vs iPad Pro 9.7 – Best Specs Comparison so far
The Cupertino based tech giant was expected to refresh its tablet offering this year and Apple didn’t disappoint by introducing a brand new iPad. What’s interesting though is that the new 9.7 inch iPad is replacing the highly popular iPad Air 2 lineup. Even better, the new tablet will compete with Apple’s other iPad Pro 2 offering.
Today we’re going to take a closer look at what iPad 9.7 inch and what iPad Pro bring to the table in terms of hardware specs. This way, we will be able to tell which one is better and if Apple’s new product is going to be a bestseller.
The most important hardware piece of a tech device has to be its chipset. Apple knows that too well and that’s why it always equips its devices with its own-made processors. Therefore, iPad Pro is powered by the 64-bit A9X and M9 chipset that’s been coupled with 4GB of RAM. On the other hand, we have the new iPad that’s fueled by the 64-bit A9 and M9 chipset. In addition, the processor has been paired with only 2GB of RAM.
Traditionally, Apple launches its products in three storage space variants and this why iPad Pro ships in the 32GB, 128GB and 256GB models. The reasoning behind this is that Apple doesn’t allow microSD support and customers aren’t able to expand their on-board storage. The new tablet though, is available in only the 32GB and 128GB models.
Both devices have been equipped with Apple’s innovative Touch ID. This is great since it makes the devices more secure and users can feel safer to leave their tablets around the house. Additionally, the new tablet supports Lightning port while iPad Pro supports Lighting port, Smart Connecter and Apple Pencil.
As everyone can see, there are some major differences between these two tablets when it comes to specs. Although iPad Pro seems to be coming out on top, readers should consider the fact that the new iPad has been especially designed to be affordable and that’s why it doesn’t ship with more impressive hardware specs.