Apple iPad Pro (2018) 12.9 inches 64GB WiFi Space Gray

Product information

Key specs

Created with Sketch. Screen size
12,9 inches
Created with Sketch. Operating system
Created with Sketch. Speed class
Very good
Created with Sketch. Total storage capacity
64 GB
Created with Sketch. Options internet connection
WiFi only

Pros and cons

According to our tablet expert
  • Pros:
    Thanks to its compact design with its thin edges, the tablet is smaller than the iPad Pro (2017), while the screen has the same size.
  • Pros:
    Thanks to the A12X processor, even the most demanding programs run smoothly.
  • Pros:
    Quickly and safely unlock the iPad Pro with FaceID, in landscape and in portrait mode.
  • Con:
    Apple Pencil 2 isn't included with the iPad Pro (2018) by default, so you'll have to buy it separately.
  • Con:
    Connecting to the internet via 4G isn't possible with this model.
Product Expert tablets

On the large, full-screen Liquid Retina display of the Apple iPad Pro 12.9 inches (2018), you can easily get started with the most demanding programs. With the separately available Apple Pencil 2, it's easier and more efficient to edit photos and video. Thanks to the new design with its thin edges, the screen is still 12.9 inches, while the tablet itself is smaller than its predecessor. Thanks to the powerful A12X chip, demanding graphic programs are not a problem for the iPad Pro (2018) at all. Stay connected to the internet when you're on the go as well with 4G. The home button has disappeared from the sleek design, so you can now easily and safely unlock the screen with FaceID. On top of that, the iPad Pro now has a USB-C connector instead of a Lightning connector, which makes it easier to connect external devices.

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

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