Apple launches much awaited 9.7 inch iPad with Apple Pencil

Apple unveiled its 9.7 inch iPad with support for Apple Pencil

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The much awaited update for the popular iPad has been launched by Apple with support for Apple Pencil with a greater performance starting at $329. The new device measures 9.7 inches and the Apple Pencil allows the users to be more productive and creative by including writing down handwritten notes, sketching ideas and marking up screen shots.

The new iPad is more exciting with more versatility and capabilities than ever. The device has a retina display with the A10 Fusion chip and advanced censors which helps to deliver reality and has the ability t provide unmatched portability. The new iPad is easy to use with an all-day battery life. Greg Joswaik, the vice president of product marketing said, “iPad is our vision for the future of computing and hundreds of millions of people around the world use it every day at work, in school and for play. This new 9.7-inch iPad takes everything people love about our most popular iPad and makes it even better for inspiring creativity and learning”.

The display offers gorgeous details with vivid colors and features with high resolution touch sensor which enables Apple Pencil support. The Apple Pencil was first introduced for the iPad Pro and has now become a popular and a versatile tool for the students creatives and professionals and is now available for more customers.

The tool offers the users a natural and remarkably fluid and natural drawing experience. The Pencil best works in the apps like Pages, Notability, Keynote and Microsoft Office. Moreover, the palm rejection technology of the iPad allows the users to rest their hand on the screen when the Apple Pencil is in use. The new iPad has the A10 Fusion chip with 64 bit desktop class architecture. The device can deliver 40 percent faster CPU as well as 50 percent faster graphics performance that allows effortless multitasking on graphics intensive apps. The rear and the front cameras can work on low-light with HD video recording.

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