How to See Apple’s New iPad Pro in Your Home Using Augmented Reality

How to See iPad Pro in Augmented Reality Credit: iDrop News / Elijah Waeterling
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Apple this week announced its new iPad Pro along with the Magic Keyboard with Trackpad and the new MacBook Air.

Even though you can’t see the tablet in stores right now, you can use Apple’s website to visualize it on your desk.

This AR feature is embedded into Apple’s website and is accessible on any iOS device.

  1. Start by visiting Apple’s new iPad Pro webpage using Safari on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Scroll down to the “Your next computer is not a computer” section and click “Learn More.”
  3. Look for a link to “See iPad Pro in AR.” Click that link, and the website will launch an AR viewer that will place the iPad Pro anywhere in view with your surroundings in the background.

It may take a minute or so for the 3D model of the iPad to appear. Once it appears in your field of view, you can walk around your house, apartment, or office to see how the iPad will look.

Using the AR tool, you can visualize the iPad at your work desk, in your home office, or even on your bed stand.

The new iPad Pro features a dual-lens camera with a 3D LiDAR Scanner, the A12Z bionic chip, and 128GB minimum storage.

The iPad Pro is available now to pre-order on Apple and Amazon’s websites with prices starting at $799 for the base 11.9-inch model.

Apple also is selling a new Magic Keyboard with Trackpad that’ll start shipping in May. Prices for the keyboard begin at $299 for the 11-inch iPad model and climb to $349 for the 12.9-inch model.

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