“Earlier today, a keyboard with much better support for the supposed iPad Pro, a device that has been rumored for some time now, was shown off thanks to the iOS 9 code,” Chance Miller reports for 9to5Mac. “Steve Troughton Smith and Hiraku Wang now suggest that the iPad Pro will feature a resolution of 2732×2048, which at 12.9-inches, comes out to 263 pixels-per-inch.”
“The current iPad Air 2 features a resolution of 2048×1536 at 9.7-inches,” Miller reports. “This means that the iPad Pro will nearly have the width resolution of two 9.7-inch iPads running next to each other. ”
Miller reports, “With iOS 9, Apple introduced a new Split-Screen [feature]… users of the iPad Pro could run nearly two full-size iPad apps side-by-side.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Will these 11-inch MacBook Airs – our favorite Macs ever – be our last portable Macs ever? (Doubtful for us, but for many, many people, the iOS 9-powered iPad Air 2 and future iPads may be more than enough to do everything they need and then some.)
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