(Darren Dugan) #1

offered 6GB of RAM on its one-terabyte storage
options), the iPad Pro is a real powerhouse.


As smartphone innovation slows from year to
year, most manufacturers - including Apple -
have placed greater emphasis on cameras. This
year’s iPad Pro is no exception, and though most
users are unlikely to take a 12.9-inch iPad Pro out
of their pocket to take a picture on a day trip, the
12-megapixel wide-angle camera with an f/1.8
aperture and a 10-megapixel ultra-wide-angle
camera with an f/2.4 aperture and a 125-degree
field of view elevates the iPad experience.
According to Apple, the new ultra-wide-angle
camera can zoom out two times for a wider field
of view, doubling photo and video possibilities
and allowing for new perspectives. And that’s
without mentioning True Tone Flash, five-times
digital zoom tools, 63-megapixel panoramas,
a wide color capture, noise reduction, smart
HDR, burst mode, Live Photos support, and auto
image stabilization, creating many world’s firsts
for the tablet.

The iPad Pro has also been given a spec bump
in regards to video quality, with budding
photographers now able to record 4K video on
their tablets at up to 60 frames per second with
either camera, alongside slow-mo videos, time-
lapse videos, and cinematic video stabilization
when videos are recorded at lower qualities of
either 720p or 1080p.

Sitting proudly alongside the two new
cameras on this year’s iPad Pro is an LiDAR
Scanner, which stands for light detection and
ranging, designed to “enable capabilities never

Free download pdf