iPad Pro 10.5 inch unboxing

Here’s a video where I unbox my new iPad Pro 10.5 inch and compare it with two older generation iPads.

The iPads on show are the 3rd generation that was launched in January 2012 and the iPad Air from 2013/4.

We look at the difference in screen sizes, bezels and thickness (or thinness as Apple insist on calling it). I don’t mention one of the major enhancements in this newer iPad and that is the 120Hz refresh rate. I’ll likely cover that more if I purchase an Apple Pencil (watch this space)!

If you like unboxing videos of Apple products then I have two more on the way before the end of the year. Not huge products, but they’re in a box so qualify as unboxing videos. Please subscribe to my YouTube channel to be notified when the videos are uploaded.

The fourth part of my networking series is on the way soon!

Thanks for watching. 🙂

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