In 2018 the new iPad Pro was bold and sleek, and just what Apple needed to shake up a product line that was starting to show its age. Instead of going for a new design, Apple used this updated model to test-drive some technology that may become more important to other Apple products down the line, although it's not particularly exciting or even well-suited for this particular device. These are the kinds of upgrades you'd expect to see in a device that's specifically aimed at people who'd like to use an iPad over a traditional laptop, and Apple hammered home that association with the release of the optional new Magic Keyboard case. [Extracted from the article]
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