Apple iPad Pro (2018) 11 inches 256GB WiFi + 4G Space Gray

Product information

Key specs

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11 inches
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256 GB
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4G and WiFi

Pros and cons

According to our tablet expert
  • Pros:
    Thanks to its compact design with its thin edges, the screen is bigger, while the tablet itself is the same size as the iPad Pro 10.5-inch.
  • Pros:
    Thanks to the A12X processor, even the most demanding programs run smoothly.
  • Pros:
    Always stay connected to the internet via 4G.
  • Con:
    You can't expand the storage capacity with a memory card.
  • Con:
    Apple Pencil 2 isn't included with the iPad Pro (2018) by default, so you'll have to buy it separately.
Product Expert tablets

Thanks to its new design with thin edges, the Apple iPad Pro (2018) has a larger 11-inch screen, while the tablet is the same size as the Apple iPad Pro (2017). Thanks to the new A12X chip, the iPad Pro doesn't have a problem with demanding programs, such as video editing programs. With the separately available Apple Pencil 2, you can edit photos and videos more easily and efficiently. When you insert a SIM card, you can also stay connected to the internet via 4G on the go. The home button has disappeared from the sleek design, so you can now quickly and safely unlock the iPad Pro with FaceID. Whether you hold your iPad Pro in landscape or portrait mode while doing this doesn't make a difference. On top of that, the iPad Pro (2018) has a USB-C connector instead of a Lightning connector, which makes it easier to connect the iPad Pro to external devices

Note: the iPad Pro 2018 doesn't have a Lightning connector, but a USB-C connector.

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