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Apple iPad Pro 12.9 inches 2017 (2nd Gen.)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 379 reviews of Apple iPad Pro 12.9 inches 2017 (2nd Gen.). The average rating for this product is 4.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Tablets for all reviews. Reviewers really like the design and performance. The size and usability are also appreciated, whereas many are negative about the apps and reliability. Opinions are divided on the price.

screen, usability, size, performance, design

portability, reliability, apps

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Tablets the Apple iPad Pro 12.9 inches 2017 (2nd Gen.) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 97/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by: (which.co.uk)

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 2017 review

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Apple's latest iPad is a large 12.9-inch model, replacing the previous model from 2015. The improvements on the box add up to a faster processor, and in theory, a brighter screen. Otherwise though, little has changed. Does the additional speed and...

Jun, 2017

Expert review by: (which.co.uk)

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 review

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The iPad Pro 12.9 - Apple's largest tablet to date - aims to satisfy customer demand for bigger-screen devices. And with the titular 12.9-inch display also comes the ability to split the screen for multitasking and a faster processor. Read on to see...

Nov, 2015

Expert review by: David Price (macworld.co.uk)

iPad Pro 12.9 (2017) vs Surface Pro 5: Which is the best laptop replacement?

 

We weigh up the specs, design, features and price of the iPad Pro 12.9 (2017) and Surface Pro 5 (2017), to help you decide which is the best laptop-replacement tablet on the market right now

They're widely marketed as pretenders to the same throne - the laptop-replacement tablet of choice for business and creative users - but the iPad Pro and Surface Pro 5 are quite different in a lot of ways.

Jun, 2017

Expert review by: David Price (macworld.co.uk)

iPad Pro 12.9in (2017) vs iPad Pro 12.9in (2015)

 

We compare the 2015 and 2017 models of the iPad Pro 12.9in, to help you decide if it's worth upgrading

It's been almost two years since the iPad Pro first came into our lives, so it's just about possible that early adopters' bank accounts have recovered sufficiently to start considering an upgrade. And this is a pretty decent (if unexciting) upgrade to...

Jun, 2017

Expert review by: David Price (macworld.co.uk)

iPad Pro 12.9in (2017) preview

 

We take a first look at the iPad Pro 12.9in (2017), announced at WWDC. Is it a convincing laptop replacement, and is it worth updating from the 2015 model?

The iPad Pro 12.9in (2017) is monstrously expensive by the standards of entertainment-focused consumer tablets; it's lucky, then, that Apple is marketing it at business and creative users as a laptop replacement. And while it remains to be seen whether...

Jun, 2017

Expert review by: Lewis Painter (macworld.co.uk)

iPad Pro 12.9in (2017) vs MacBook Air comparison review

 

The second-generation iPad Pro 12.9in has finally made its appearance, and it's not cheap either. With prices starting at £769, the iPad Pro costs a similar amount to Apple's MacBook Air – which begs the question, can an iPad Pro replace a Mac? We...

Reverting back to the original question of whether an iPad Pro could truly replace your Mac – it’s a hard question to answer, and we think it depends on a number of factors, from what you’d use the iPad Pro for, to your requirements for work. Are you a...

Jun, 2017

Expert review by: Daniel Schmidt (notebookcheck.net)

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 (2017) Tablet Review

 

Big Player. The Apple iPad Pro 12.9 has been updated not only with a faster SoC but also with an improved camera and display. We haven't found much to criticize, but the giant amongst its brethren is not a full replacement for a laptop just yet.

great display ; high-quality workmanship ; decent speakers ; fast long-range Wi-Fi ; fast CPU ; decent battery life

no support for Galileo-GNSS ; pressure-sensitive case ; only one year of warranty ; despite claims to the contrary, display does not support P3 ; storage slower than with the predecessor ; long charging time ; no quick charge

On paper, the iPad Pro 12.9 is no more than a larger iPad Pro 10.5, but in real-life it is quite a bit different in several aspects. The well-calibrated display with its exceptionally accurate color accuracy in particular was very impressive; the...

Jun, 2017

Expert review by: Sascha Segan (pcmag.com)

Apple iPad Pro (12.9-Inch, 2017)

 

Apple's 12.9-inch iPad Pro tablet is more like a full-scale iOS laptop—which is great if you can get all of your work done in iOS applications.

Laptop-level power. Surprisingly light. Plenty of screen real estate.

Expensive. Apps don't quite complete most workflows.

But by and large, most iPad buyers should go for the $329 non-Pro model. If you just want a thousand-dollar ultraportable laptop, meanwhile, should take a look at the Razer Blade Stealth, the new Microsoft Surface Laptop, and the older, but still...

Aug, 2017

Expert review by: Lauren Goode (theverge.com)

iPad Pro 12.9 review: a great iPad, one I won’t buy

 

But maybe iOS 11 will change my mind

Improved display ; Powerful processor ; Better camera ; Large screen ideal for pros and creative types

Expensive ; Accessories not included ; PC power, but with the limitations of a mobile OS

Jun, 2017

Expert review by: Sascha Segan (pcmag.com)

Apple iPad Pro (12.9 inch)

 

Apple's supersized iPad Pro brings the concept of a digital sketchbook to the next level, but now iOS app developers have to match the power of OS X and Windows apps.

Laptop-level power. Surprisingly light. Pencil accessory is the best stylus experience on a mainstream tablet.

Very expensive. Touch-centric UI with keyboard is awkward. Apps don't quite complete your workflow.

Comparisons and Conclusions We've seen iPads before. We've seen keyboard cases. We've even seen lots of styli. But as happens so often, Apple has remixed existing elements into something new, driven by design, ease-of-use, and compelling third-party apps.

Nov, 2015