Apple announced a attractive new Space Gray color option for its Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2, and Magic Trackpad, but there's just one catch: Those accessories won't be sold separately from the new $5,000 iMac Pro. The powerful new 64-bit A10X Fusion chip provides performance that is faster than most PC laptops shipping today, so tackling complex tasks like editing photos and 4K video, rendering 3D images or playing games feels effortless.
The redesigned Retina display in iPad Pro features ProMotion, a new technology that delivers refresh rates of up to 120Hz. It has also updated the 12.5 inch iPad Pro.
Branded the iPad Pro, it's packing a 6-core CPU and 12-core GPU that promise a 30% improvement on A9X processors used by its predecessors.
Essentially, the big sell here is that this new generation of iPads have been built to make the most of the added functionality and latent potential of Apple's new iOS 11. And with a new space gray enclosure and gorgeous 27-inch Retina 5K display with support for 1 billion colors, iMac Pro is as stunning as it is powerful.
Touch ID on iPad Pro is more responsive and gives users a simple and secure way to unlock iPad, keep personal information private within apps and approve purchases from the App Store, iTunes Store and iBooks Store.
The new iPad has a better quality display, and fits a full-size keyboard while still weighing about 1 pound and counting a 10-hour running time. For cellular versions of the smaller model, the price is $1039 for 64GB, $1,169 for 256GB or $1,429 for 512GB. "Radeon Pro 500 Series graphics are enabling new generations of makers with compute-accelerated creative tools and new APIs, bringing their imaginations to life in ways like never before."*Available on the Radeon™ Pro 580. The new MacBook, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air are available to order on Apple official website starting from today, while the Indian pricing and availability is not known at the moment. India, Turkey, UAE and other countries and regions will follow later this month.
Multitasking makes more sense now too, with the standard dock being available even when inside apps, allowing users to swipe up from the bottom of the screen at any time to access it - you can then drag and drop any app to the side of the screen to put it in multitasking mode.
Apple will announce new MacBook Pro versions at WWDC, but don't expect any huge changes.