What’s the difference between a 4th generation and a 4th generation iPad Pro? I’ll tell you that it’s a big difference.
The 4th generation iPad Pro has a new, slightly larger screen and the same 6-inch Retina display as the iPad. It has a dual-core A10 chip alongside a 5-point capacitive fingerprint sensor and a 64GB internal storage. The 4th generation iPad Pro also has the same dual-core A12 chip with a 6-inch Retina display and quad-core A12-M processor.
There are some similarities with the 4th generation iPad Pro, but there are also some differences. The 4th generation iPad Pro has a touch screen, so you can get a lot more direct control of your apps and information using your finger. It also has a slightly larger screen (6.2 inches vs. 6.3 inches) so it’s easier to read text and still have a good view of the content.
It’s also got a full-size USB port and HDMI port, so you can use your tablet and laptop to transfer or stream your content to your iPad. It also has dual microphones, a headphone jack, and a USB Type-C connector. The biggest difference though is that the 4th generation iPad Pro has a much larger battery of 6.7 hours than the iPad Air 2’s 3.5 hours.
I think the iPad Air 2 has been the best choice for iPad users who value their iPad’s battery life. The iPad Pro is a bit of a mixed bag. I’m not sure if it’s worth the upgrade for people who value the iPad’s functionality but it is a good choice for people that want the best of both worlds.
Yes, even iOS fans who don’t like iPad Pros have to admit that they’re a mixed bag. The fact is that even though you should only buy a $500 iPad Air 2, you can still buy a $250 iPad Pro if you want. Because Apple is so big and so powerful and so expensive, most iPad users will only ever need the iPad Air 2. That’s why most people are happy to pay $250 for a $500 iPad Pro.
Apple is a huge company that is very conservative and not willing to risk the risk of the iPad coming out with a new generation that won’t last so well. So if you want a new iPad Pro, you can go with the 500 iPad Air 2. But there are people like me with an iPad Air 2 and a 500 iPad Pro for the best of both worlds.
For me that is a great bargain. The Air 2 has a lot of the same features as the iPad Air 1, which is the reason I stuck with the iPad Pro. I love the fact that the iPad Pro is still a very solid tablet, with a great camera, but I also love the fact that if I was to buy a new iPad, I could get every upgrade on the iPad Pro.
Personally, I think that you should always buy the iPad Pro, because you have so many features that will make your iPad Pro more versatile than the Air 2. But if you have an iPad Air 2 or even a 500 iPad Pro, you can still get all the same features, and then some.
I’m a big believer that the 4th generation iPad Pro is, in fact, the best tablet ever. That’s because it comes with the best keyboard ever.