Apple today revealed the all-new iPad Pro, with an edge-to-edge LCD “Liquid Retina” display, slimmer bezels, no Home Button, Face ID, and a magnetic attachment support for the new Apple Pencil. The new 11-inch iPad Pro has the same footprint as the previous 10.5-inch iPad Pro, but now with a bigger display thanks to the slimmer bezels. The 12.9-inch version is actually smaller than the previous 12.9-inch model but with the same screen size.
These look like solid updates, but if you’re smart, wait until next year when the new iOS release is announced – it’s bound to have a number of iPad-focused improvements that will really tell you where Apple wants to take the iPad. Right now, these new iPad Pros offer little over existing iPad Pros other than spec bumps, but once iOS 13 has been detailed, we’ll have a far better grip on what these new iPad Pros can do.