Apple announces new 9.7 iPad Pro with a True Tone display

Apple iPad Pro is getting an offspring today with a smaller 9.7″ version, honoring the first iPad ever released. The new Apple iPad Pro runs on the same Apple A9X as the 12.9″ iPad Pro – a dual-core Twister processor with 4GB of RAM. The new 9.7″ iPad Pro introduces a new True-Tone display with 2048 x 2732 pixel resolution. In addition to the added support for Night Shift, courtesy of iOS 9.3, the new display relies on a pair of new ambient sensors. Thanks to those new sensors the display can now match your ambient color temperature and adjust to it. The new display is 500 nits bright, has a wide color gamut (DCI P3), and is arsenic free, as usual. The new iPad Pro has an upgraded camera compared to the previous one – a rear 12MP camera, and a 5MP selfie camera with the option of Retina (screen) flash. There are 4 speakers on the new iPad Pro, just like on the larger version generation. Read all here:

Apple iPhone SE official with 4 inch display and A9 chip

Apple just announced the iPhone SE with a 4″ display. The phone features a body almost identical to the iPhone 5 and 5s, but features the latest gen Apple A9 chip with a dual-core 1.85 GHz Twister processor and PowerVR GT7600 six-core graphics. The 4″ display rocks a resolution 1136×640 pixels, resulting in a pixel density of 326 ppi. The iPhone SE also features Retina Flash, which momentarily makes the screen three times brighter when you take a selfie. The 3D feature from the larger current gen iPhones hasn’t made its way to the SE though. The Apple iPhone SE features the same 12MP iSight camera as its iPhone 6s and 6s Plus siblings. It comes complete with 4K video recording. The front-facing camera is 1.2MP and is complemented with the Retina Flash feature. Read more here: