Small needn’t mean subpar, and tablet needn’t mean compromise. That’s Apple’s argument with the iPad Pro range, anyway, aiming to do away with your old notebook in favor of a potentially more flexible iOS slate.
Latest is the iPad Pro 9.7, smaller than the original 12.9-inch iPad Pro but with the same processor and a new True Tone display that promises more comfortable use no matter the lighting conditions. It works with the Apple Pencil stylus, too, and gets a folding Smart Keyboard cover for typing.
There’s more on the iPad Pro 9.7 in our full review.