New iPad Pro vs ORIGINAL iPad Pro (2020 vs 2016)

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In this video I’m comparing the original iPad Pro (from 2015/2016) to the new 2020 iPad Pro 11! Some core features remain, but a lot has changed. Check out Paperlike to add texture and ditch fingerprints on your screen.

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17 replies
  1. Kaushik Sarkar
    Kaushik Sarkar says:

    I use the iPad Pro 9.7 daily and its still amazing. Only drawback is hitting the 2gb memory limit when multitasking. Other than that I don't see the need to upgrade until it gets no more software updates or app support. It still has better features over the current iPad Air 3 such as quad speakers and better camera.

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  2. mike miles
    mike miles says:

    Great comparison video❗️I have the 9.7 iPad Pro 2015 and the 11” 2018 iPad Pro and they both are great. I can’t wait for the New Magic Keyboard👍✅

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