Apple shows you new ways to get things done on the iPad Pro (Videos)  04/17/2019 16:11:00 

Apple has released some new videos showing things that users can do with the iPad Pro. The latest versions of the premium-priced iOS tablets come with an 11-inch or 12.9-inch Liquid Retina display, and use gestures to help those with the tablet navigate through the content on the screen. The 2018 iPad Pro units also feature Face ID, a TrueDepth Camera, and are equipped with the A12X Bionic SoC. The latter is the most powerful chip Apple has ever designed.

The first video shows how the iPad Pro, along with Apple's own GarageBand app (free from the App Store) can help you create a catchy tune in minutes. You can record individual sounds with as many as 32 tracks, mix it and share the results to your fans (like friends and family). It's like having a recording studio available whenever you want, wherever you are. If video is more your thing, with Apple's free iMovie app and the iPad Pro, you can create 4K video, edit it, add titles and share the final cut on YouTube.
Another video just released show how an entire wedding can be planned, invitations sent electronically, seating charts arranged, all while using various apps running on the iPad Pro. The tablet can also help you arrange a vacation by using the Maps app. On the plane, you can watch a movie, do some coloring, watch some hoops and even read a book. With the Felt app (free from the App Store), you can create your own postcards from your destination to send electronically.
The last video shows how the iPad Pro (with the Apple Pencil magnetically attached) can be by your side during an entire day, even when you're out of the house. Apple has a page full of these videos that you can find right here.

The 11-inch iPad Pro starts at $799 and the 12.9-inch model is priced at $999 and up.

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