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Apple 9-inch to 10.9-inch iPads

The Apple iPad is one of the most popular tablets out there, and with so many specs and screen sizes available, choosing the right one might be a challenge. If you're after an iPad with a larger screen size, look into the 9.7-inch iPad version, or go even further with the iPad Pro 10.5-inch. Regardless of the model, also consider their features, processor speeds and connectivity before making a purchase.

iPad Display Size and Dimensions

The 9.7-inch and the 10.5-inch iPads are both considered mid-size iPads, situated right between the other models in the line, the iPad Mini and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The iPad Pro 10.5 has a bigger screen than the 9.7-inch model while sporting almost the same dimensions and being lighter at the same time. This look has been obtained by reducing the size of the bezels. Both models have the same weight of 469 grams for the Wi-Fi model.

iPad Cameras

Both iPads have a front a rear camera, with the 10.5-inch iPad Pro featuring better quality ones. Its rear-facing camera has 12MP as opposed to the iPad's 8MP one. The iPad Pro also comes with image stabilisation and flash, and it can shoot videos in 4K, as opposed to the iPad, which only has 1080p capabilities. Both iPad models come with Apple's Live Photos feature, which allows you to capture short snatches of videos before and after photos for an animated effect.

iPad Processor

If you want a better processor to run multiple applications at the same time and get the best out of video games and photo editing applications, opt for the iPad Pro, as it runs on the A10X Fusion processor, which is a generation newer than the A9 present on the iPad.

Apple Pencil and iPad Connectivity

The iPad Pro 10.5 is compatible with the Apple Pencil and also features a connector to attach a Smart Keyboard. This makes this iPad more appealing for creative and business users. Both iPads have a headphone jack, but the number of speakers differs, with the Pro version having four speakers instead of two.

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