Apple even recommends that iPads should be used as computer substitutes. But what if we compare iPad Pro against the MacBook Pro? Which one do you think has the upper hand?
iPad Pro Design
At the back of the device, you can see a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera and a 10-megapixel ultra-wide camera, as well as a LiDAR sensor. The magnetic Smart Connector allows you to connect important accessories such as an external keyboard. You are even allowed to link the Apple Pencil so you can recharge it wirelessly. This is unlike the previous models where the Apple Pencil is placed oddly on the Lightning Port, which made it look odd.
The thickness of iPad Pro is 0.23 inches, which means that this the thinnest iPad from Apple. Depending on its configuration and size, its weight would be between 1.04 lbs. and 1.42 lbs. Since it is very light, then you can simply throw it in your backpack so you can take it wherever you want to go.
MacBook Pro Design
Both the iPad Pro and MacBook Pro also have other similarities. Both of these devices use USB-C ports. The iPad Pro has one while the MacBook Pro has either two or more, depending on its configuration and size. Unfortunately, the iPad Pro’s USB-C port can only support speeds of up to 10Gbps. However, the MacBook Pro’s ports have the ability to go extremely fast up to 40Gbps.
The downside to both of these devices is that they do not permit you to change out any components after you have purchased them. Obviously, this is not surprising for a tablet, however, it could be quite unusual for a laptop. Altering any component in a MacBook Pro, whether it’s the SSD or memory, is extremely complicated and requires various tools and lots of patience. When choosing your device, you have to ensure that you are satisfied with its current configuration before making a payment.
Unexpectedly, the key feature of an iPad Pro is its display. Apple makes sure that you are happy while working on the go, so they provided this top-notch tablet with a superb screen. To start with, its True Tone feature will automatically change its white balance based on your surroundings. As a result, viewing is made easier and more natural. Perhaps you might think that this does not sound too much, however, it can truly make a great difference.
The Liquid Retina tech used in the iPad Pro is the same as the one being used in the iPhone XR. In the 11-inch device, the display is 2,388 x 1,668, while the 12.9-inch model has a resolution of 2,732 x 2,048. The iPad Pro also comprises Apple’s ProMotion tech, which constantly alters the refresh rate up to 120Hz. This is much faster compared to MacBook Pro’s 60Hz screen.
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