4 Stunning 12.9-inch Display
One of the most noteworthy iPad Pro features is its stunning 12.9-inch LED-backlit IPS Retina display, which, similar to its predecessor’s, clocks in at a 2048 x 2732 resolution and boasts a rich pixel density of ~265 ppi.
This bright, gorgeous and expansive panel, which inherently touts a number of Apple technologies like TrueTone, NightShift, P3 Wide-Color and more, also occupies a whopping ~85.4 percent of the redesigned tablet’s front-facing area.
Notably, that’s much more than the ~76.4 percent screen-to-body ratio of its predecessor, the mid-2017 iPad Pro, which essentially boils down to the new model boasting more screen real-estate in significantly less space (It honestly looks more along the lines of a standalone MacBook display, with rounded corners, thin bezels, and super-sharp clarity, than anything else.)
Additionally, the panel features an impressive 120 Hz refresh rate, which results in zero lag when navigating menus, websites and apps. Simply put, the iPad Pro’s revamped interface is smooth-as-butter, and the iPhone X-style gestures being carried-out on the much larger display is a truly seamless and fluid experience.
Top all of that off with built-in support for the all-new Apple Pencil, and the new iPad Pro is the ultimate creative canvas.