Apple announced last week that its new iPad Pro 13.9″ tablet would have a much higher resolution than the 12.7-inch iPad Pro and a much more powerful GPU.
The upgrade would come with a new display, the new A10X chip, as well as a new processor, the A9X, which is faster than the A10.
The new tablet is expected to arrive later this year.
Apple’s announcement was a huge win for Apple, which had struggled to keep up with Samsung, LG and Huawei in terms of hardware sales.
The iPad Pro is the company’s first tablet that comes with a display larger than the 13.7″ model that it launched with in 2014.
It also makes Apple the first tablet maker to offer a full-size touchscreen display.
But the iPad Pro’s price isn’t the only thing Apple has to worry about with the new iPad.
The company said the new tablet’s processor will offer up to 3,000 times the performance of the A8 chip that powered the iPad 2, while the A11X chip that powers the iPad mini is expected also to be faster than its predecessor.
Apple also said the iPad Pros new 12.6-inch, 11.7mm-wide display will have an edge-to-edge screen, and that it will be able to draw more pixels per inch than the previous iPad Pro.
The 11.3mm-thick screen is similar to the iPad Air, which launched in 2012 and had a 12.3-inch screen.
Both the iPad and iPad Pro are expected to be available in November, but if you want to pre-order them now, the company says you can get an initial $399 price cut.