Axios – Apple has unveiled the new iPad Pros, the new iPads for 2017 and the new tablets for the year 2020.
The iPad Pros and iPad mini, which are both the latest in the line of iPad Pro models, are designed for productivity and entertainment and both feature a new screen that includes a high-definition Retina display.
The iPad mini will also come with a faster processor and improved storage.
The iPads for the 2017 and 2020 are also significantly different, with the 2017 model going for $799 and the 2020 for $999, respectively.
The new iPads feature new Apple Pay, the company’s first payment system for Apple products, and support for the new Apple Watch Series 3.
All new iPhones will be released in 2020.
All iPads and iPads Pro will be priced the same as the previous year.
The tablets and iPhones have an updated design with a larger, higher-resolution screen, an updated camera, a redesigned keyboard, and a thinner profile.
Apple’s iPad Pro is the first new iPad model to launch in 2018.
It is the only iPad that supports Touch ID, Apple’s fingerprint scanner, a bigger battery, and is available in four colors.
Apple is making new iPads in three different colors, and in two different models: a Black and Gold and a Blue and Silver.
Apple will also release an all-new iPad for the 2020 calendar year, the iMac Pro.