Hands-on with the iPad Pro, its keyboard, and its pencil | Ars Technica
Hands-on with the iPad Pro, its keyboard, and its pencil | Ars Technica Apple's iPad Pro is pretty much what you'd expect: an iPad Air grabbed by the corners and stretched.
The new tablet uses the same basic design cues as the iPad Mini and iPad Air before it—chamfered metal edge, thin but not exceptionally narrow bezels, volume buttons with no mute switch, Home button with TouchID. Everything is just expanded.
Did I say stretched? I meant streeeached!
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