The new iPad pro, at right, is seen next to an older version and the Apple pencil. Technology columnist Troy Wolverton says he likes the update: Apple has taken nearly all of the technology and advancements it included in the first iPad Pro model and shoehorned them into a tablet that’s much more portable and affordable. Even better, it’s added additional features that help the new iPad Pro outclasses its predecessor in significant ways.
The new iPad pro, at right, is seen next to an older version and the Apple pencil. Technology columnist Troy Wolverton says he likes the update: Apple has taken nearly all of the technology and advancements it included in the first iPad Pro model and shoehorned them into a tablet that’s much more portable and affordable. Even better, it’s added additional features that help the new iPad Pro outclasses its predecessor in significant ways. Marcio Jose Sanchez Associated Press file
The new iPad pro, at right, is seen next to an older version and the Apple pencil. Technology columnist Troy Wolverton says he likes the update: Apple has taken nearly all of the technology and advancements it included in the first iPad Pro model and shoehorned them into a tablet that’s much more portable and affordable. Even better, it’s added additional features that help the new iPad Pro outclasses its predecessor in significant ways. Marcio Jose Sanchez Associated Press file

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