The new iPad Pro has no notch intruding on the display, and is unlocked by facial recognition. It’s also 20 per cent more expensive than its predecessor. Photo: EPA-EFE

Can new Apple iPad Pro really be anything you need it to be? Frankly, no

  • Apple’s updated iPad Pro is impressive and versatile, but relying on a touch screen for precision tasks may be a stretch for some users
  • New MacBook Air an alternative – a pricey one, though
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The new iPad Pro has no notch intruding on the display, and is unlocked by facial recognition. It’s also 20 per cent more expensive than its predecessor. Photo: EPA-EFE
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