Apple's upcoming iPad Pro, set to be the largest iPad ever at the time of its launch in September, will feature a pat hbreaking 2732 × 2048 resolution display not seen before in iOS devices.
Currently, Apple's new 9.7 inch iPad Air 2 features a 2048 × 1536 resolution display. The resolution in the iPad Pro will not only be much advanced, but will cover a much larger screen too. With an overall resolution of 263 ppi, the iPad Pro's resolution will be twice as much as in a regular iPad, says 9to5Mac.
To compensate for this, Apple introduced new split-screen and slide-over functionality in iPads at its WorldWide Developer Conference in San Francisco a few days ago. These functionalities will allow the user to place two apps side by side in the iPad display and run both of them at the same time in landscape view.
Apart from the multi-tasking benefits, the larger resolution will also enable users to enjoy unparalleled experience in HD gaming and while watching movies and videos. However, this is not a new phenomemon in the tabet market. Existing gadgets like the Samsung Galaxy Tab S, Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 and the Amazon Fire HDX 8.9 offer screen resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 and also offer much greater ppi density per inch than the upcoming iPad will offer.
Apart from the newly-revealed functionalities, the iPad Pro is also rumoured to carry a 11,000 mAh battery which should let the device function smoothly for over a day. It is also believed to weigh around 700 g and will be 7mm thick. Even though most analysts have predicted the launch of iPAd Pro in Fall, new leaks from GizmoChina have stated that the launch could take place as early as in September this year.