Which one is best for you?
|Name||iPad Pro 11||iPad 2018|
Buy the iPad Pro 11
Buy the iPad 2018
|Display||11-inch Liquid Retina display||9.7-inch Retina display|
|Size and weight||
|Video recording||4K at 30 fps or 60 fps||1080p HD video|
A12X Bionic chip
||A10 Fusion chip|
|Battery||Up to 10 hours of browsing, video watching or listening to music using Wi-Fi||Up to 10 hours of browsing, video watching or listening to music using Wi-Fi|
|Security technology||Face ID||Touch ID|
Apple Pencil (2nd generation)
Smart Keyboard Folio
|Apple Pencil (1st generation)|
|Buy now||Buy the iPad Pro 11||Buy the iPad 2018|
iPad Pro 11 is the ideal iPad for entertainment lovers and creatives with its stunning resolution, display technology and power, and iPad 2018 is the perfect companion to everyday app browsing, note-taking and viewing.
iPad Pro 11 comes with a stunningly detailed 11-inch Liquid Retina display that creates a document reading experience that’s as clear as text on paper, and a viewing experience that brings out every detail with its 2388x1668 resolution. iPad (2018) has a Retina display with a 2048x1536 resolution that still shows amazing detail, and its screen has the same pixel density as iPad Pro – revealing text and images in the same sharp finish.
iPad Pro 11 responds to you with ProMotion technology, bringing smoother scrolling and drawing, battery efficiency and more to your iPad. iPad Pro also supports even more colours for truly mesmerising gaming and viewing, and features True Tone technology that keeps white colour balanced when your viewing light changes.
iPad Pro comes with Apple’s powerful A12X Bionic chip – bringing faster processing and faster graphics for even more exciting video and gaming. It also helps to keep battery power efficient. iPad (2018) features Apple’s A10 Fusion chip that still delivers fast performance, fast graphics and battery efficiency.
iPad Pro 11 features Face ID technology to keep your iPad secure, while iPad (2018) uses Touch ID to keep your iPad locked.
Pair iPad Pro with Apple Pencil (2nd generation) and iPad (2018) with Apple Pencil (1st generation) to sketch, take notes, scroll and more. If you want to use your iPad to take longer notes and work, iPad Pro is compatible with Smart Keyboard Folio. You can also use iPad with a keyboard – but you’ll need one that’s Bluetooth-enabled.