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Apple iPad Pro Tablet Review

Daniel Schmidt (translated by Andreas Osthoff), 12/25/2015

Big – Bigger – iPad Pro! The iPad Air is huge and for the first time has the stylus functionality. The Apple Pencil is mainly designed for creative users. The Californians have also equipped the tablet with the fastest SoC you can currently get in a tablet. Our review will show which customer group the iPad Pro is designed for.

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At 12.9 inches, the iPad Pro is just huge. Even users of other large tablets like the Microsoft Surface Pro or a Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 will notice the difference. The tablet is still surprisingly slim and Apple has equipped the device with the Apple A9X SoC, a component that can beat all the others.

But it is not just a larger version of the iPad Air 2; for the first time, the Pro model is equipped with a digitizer layer and supports the optional Apple Pencil (109 Euros/~$119). The additional Smart Connector is supposed to transform the iPad Pro into a professional business tool, at least if you get the corresponding accessories. Unfortunately, the matching keyboard was not available in the Germany/Austria/Swiss region at the time of the review. The tablet itself starts at 899 Euros (~$982; Wi-Fi, 32 GB). With a price tag of 1079 Euros (~$1179) the 128 GB version is quite tough on the wallet and the LTE model retails for 1229 Euros (~$1343; 128 GB). The latter is our review configuration.

There are not many competitors with this form factor and additional pen input. Examples would be the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 and the older Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 as well as the Dell Venue 11 Pro.

Apple iPad Pro 12.9
Processor
Apple A9X 2.26 GHz, M9 Motion Coprocessor
Memory
4096 MB 
, LPDDR4
Display
12.9 inch 4:3, 2732x2048 pixel 265 PPI, capacitive touchscreen, IPS, glossy: yes
Storage
Apple 128 GB (iPad Pro 12.9 NVMe), 128 GB 
, 99.9 GB free
Connections
Audio Connections: 3.5 mm stereo jack (microphone and headphones), 1 Fingerprint Reader, Sensors: Ambient light, 3-axis gyroscope and accelerometer, digital compass, GPS, Glonass, iBeacon micro location, Touch ID, Lightning port, Smart Connector
Networking
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (a/b/g/n/ac), Bluetooth 4.2, GSM/GPRS/EDGE (850, 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz), UMTS/HSPA+ (850, 900, 1700/2100, 1900 and 2100 MHz), LTE Cat. 4 (bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 28, 29, 38, 39, 40 and 41)
Size
height x width x depth (in mm): 6.9 x 305.7 x 220.6 ( = 0.27 x 12.04 x 8.69 in)
Battery
39 Wh, 10307 mAh Lithium-Polymer, 3.77 V, Battery runtime (according to manufacturer): 10 h
Operating System
Apple iOS 9
Camera
Webcam: 1.2 MP (f/2.2, 720p video), main camera: 8 MP iSight camera (f/2.4, autofocus, Full-HD video)
Additional features
Speakers: four stereo speakers, Keyboard: virtual, Power adaptor, USB-Lightning adaptor, SIM tool, 12 Months Warranty, fanless
Weight
723 g ( = 25.5 oz / 1.59 pounds), Power Supply: 124 g ( = 4.37 oz / 0.27 pounds)
Price
1229 Euro

 

At a first glance, the iPad Pro is very similar to the Air 2 , but the individual components such as the camera and the home button look rather lost on the large tablet. It is hardly thicker than the smaller models Air and Mini 4, which are both 6.1 millimeters (~0.24 in) thin. The Pro is supposed to be 6.9 millimeters (~0.27) high, but we actually measured a little more at 7.1 millimeters (~0.28 in). It is still thin for its size and also noticeably slimmer than the Note Pro 12.2 or the Surface Pro 4.

Nevertheless, the iPad Pro is very sturdy. Twisting attempts are not an issue for the tablet and there is absolutely no creaking. The gaps are even and everything fits very well. Even the SIM slot sits flush with the chassis. The tray for the Nano-SIM card is also made of metal and leaves a sturdy impression.

The aluminum unibody feels great in the hands. It is quite heavy at 723 grams (~1.6 lb), but that is actually just 22 grams (~0.78 oz) more than the first iPad. You will still feel it when you hold it in your hands for prolonged periods. As nice as glass and aluminum are, they basically attract fingerprints. This is also the case for the iPad Pro. The grease-repelling coating does not prevent fingerprints; however, it is easier to clean.

From top to bottom: Galaxy Note 12.2, Surface Pro 4 and iPad Pro
From top to bottom: Galaxy Note 12.2, Surface Pro 4 and iPad Pro

Connectivity

There is not much news in terms of connectivity. You will still have to rely on AirPlay if you want to transfer the contents wirelessly. The storage cannot be expanded, but you can at least attach SD-cards via the Lightning port and optional adapters to import pictures, for example. This port is also used to synchronize the contents with a PC.

A new feature is the so called Smart Connector located on the left long side. It is a small docking port, which can transport data as well as power and acts as the connection piece to the Smart Keyboard.

Left side: Smart Connector
Left side: Smart Connector
Right side: Microphone, volume rocker, SIM slot
Right side: Microphone, volume rocker, SIM slot
Top: Audio, 2x speakers, power
Top: Audio, 2x speakers, power
Bottom: Two speakers surround the Lightning port
Bottom: Two speakers surround the Lightning port

Software

The Apple iPad Pro is shipped with Apple's iOS 9 and we used version 9.2 during the review period. It is therefore the same operating system that is used on the iPhones or the iPad Air 2 and Mini 4, respectively. The current version implements some improvements and bug fixes.

As expected, iOS runs smoothly on the iPad Pro, but unfortunately, Apple does not utilize the additional space of the larger display. You can still only switch between the regular and enlarged view. This will only change the icon size; the number of apps is still limited to 20 per home screen. The gaps between the elements are very large in each case, which looks rather unusual.

There are no special apps for the iPad Pro direct from Apple. The individual app developers could adjust their applications for the new device or implement the Pencil support. One good example is the drawing tool Adobe Sketch, which supports all the features of the new input pen. However, the drawings in this tool are limited to the display resolution. If you really want to use the tool professionally, you will have to import a project of the Adobe Illustrator Line via Creative Cloud. This means that you should use other tools like ProCreate to work independently of external applications. But they do not offer all the familiar features offered by x86 environments. Professional users will therefore quickly reach the limits of iOS. 

Multitasking is also possible and works really well with compatible apps. Unfortunately, it is limited to just two apps at the same time.

Standard view
Standard view
enlarged view
enlarged view
optimized apps for the iPad Pro
optimized apps for the iPad Pro
Multitasking: Split-screen
Multitasking: Split-screen
Multitasking: Picture-in-picture
Multitasking: Picture-in-picture
optimized apps for the iPad Pro
optimized apps for the iPad Pro

Communication & GPS 

The Apple iPad Pro supports all the common Wi-Fi standards 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac including MIMO antenna technology and can therefore be used in 2.4 as well as 5 GHz networks. There is no cause for criticism in terms of range and stability. The streaming of HD contents was still possible without interruptions at a distance of 15 meters (~49 ft) to the router (Fritz!Box 6360) and through two interior walls. We did not notice any restrictions when we browsed the web.

You can get the tablet with an LTE modem to use the Internet on the road. It covers a lot of bands, so you should be able to establish a connection in many countries. Besides HSPA+ (up to 42 Mbps), it also supports LTE, but only the older Cat. 4 standard, so the transfer rates are limited to 150 Mbps (downstream). The current iPhones already support LTE Cat. 6.

There is no NFC chip in the iPad Pro, but you get the modern Bluetooth 4.2. The latter was very stable during our review and we did not encounter any issues.

It is possible to locate the iPad Pro via the satellite networks GPS and GLONASS. It is quickly and accurately located close to a window, and even faster outdoors.

We checked the accuracy of the tablet on a short bicycle ride and compared the results with the professional navigation device Garmin Edge 500. The gigantic tablet cannot just be attached to the handlebars, so we put it in a backpack. Despite the slightly trickier situation, the iPad Pro can convince and is even a little more accurate than the Garmin device. We can only speculate about the distance differences since both devices did not show big deviations from the track.

Garmin Edge 500
Garmin Edge 500
Garmin Edge 500
Garmin Edge 500
Garmin Edge 500
Garmin Edge 500
Apple iPad Pro
Apple iPad Pro
Apple iPad Pro
Apple iPad Pro
Apple iPad Pro
Apple iPad Pro

Front Camera

The front camera of the iPad Pro is similar to the specifications of the iPad Air 2. It has a resolution of 1.2 MP (1280x960 pixels) and is mainly designed for FaceTime. The pictures show only a few details, but decent colors, even though they are rather too bright. The white balance is quite good and just slightly too warm.

Videos can be recorded in the small HD resolution, but you should not expect too much.

Main Camera

The camera at the back seems to be identical to the Air 2 as well and has a noticeably higher resolution of 8 MP (3264x2448 pixels). The quality is still just average. You can see much more detail, but they fray at the edges, so you cannot recognize individual blades of the grass (scene 1), for example. However, the sharpness is not reduced towards the edges. The colors are quite rich without looking too unnatural and the grayscale is pretty close to the ideal value. You can quickly notice a quality drop in low-light situations and you can see picture noise. There is no supporting light, so you can hardly use the camera in darker environments.

Videos can be recorded in Full HD (1920x1080 pixels, 30 fps). If you are satisfied with the small HD resolution, you can also record slow-motions at 120 frames per second. Time-lapses are possible as well. The video quality is good, but not comparable to the iPhone 6s, where the results leave a more brilliant impression.

Image Comparison

Choose a scene and navigate within the first image. One click changes the zoom step. One click on the zoomed-in image opens the original in a new window. The first image shows the scaled photograph of the test device.

Scene 1Scene 2Scene 3

Accessories

The box of the Apple iPad Pro includes a Lightning cable as well as a modular power adapter with a nominal output of 12 watts (5.2 V, 2.4 A). The cable is two meters (~6.6 ft) long and improves the handling of the tablet. The LTE version includes a small tool to open the SIM slot.

Besides the usual optional accessories like covers and Smart Cases, there are also dedicated accessories for the iPad Pro. The Apple Pencil costs 109 Euros (~$119) and the Smart Keyboard 149 Euros (~$163); both should be available starting Christmas 2015.

Warranty

Apple offers the usual 12-month warranty for its products. You can purchase Apple Care+ to extend this period to two years for 99 Euros (~$108). Within this time, Apple will repair up to two self-inflicted damages for a service fee of 49 Euros (~$54) each.

Input Devices & Handling

The iPad Pro has a capacitive touchscreen that can recognize up to ten inputs simultaneously. The gliding capabilities are very good, but you can feel small bumps. The touchscreen executes inputs quickly and reliably, and there are no noticeable restrictions in the corners.

The virtual keyboard has not changed compared to the predecessors. The browser now has three additional icons, which can be used to cut, copy and paste contents. You can see word predictions and formatting settings in apps like pages. You can also use third-party solutions if you prefer a different layout.

The physical buttons have a short travel and the pressure points are very precise. Touch-ID inside the home button works very reliably as well.

Apple Pencil

From left: Apple Pencil, Surface-Pen, S Pen
From left: Apple Pencil, Surface-Pen, S Pen

One highlight of the iPad Pro is certainly the Apple Pencil. The input pen is around 20.5 centimeters (~8.1 in) long and weighs 21 grams (~0.74 oz). It is well balanced and feels good in the hand. The S Pen from the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 feels like a toy in comparison. While Microsoft's Surface Pen is slightly more compact and reminds us more of a classic pen, the Pencil feels more like a real brush shaft.

Underneath the top cover is the Lightning port, which can be used to recharge the pen. It is secured via magnets, but we were always rather worried to lose the cover. The Pencil can be recharged directly at the iPad or at the normal PSU with an adapter. Besides this adapter, you also get a replacement tip. The runtimes are not that high at up to 12 hours.

One problem that remains unsolved is the placement of the pen. There is no mounting on the Smart Cover, it is not magnetic and simply too long for a common shirt pocket. Microsoft's solution is much better: The stylus can be attached to the Surface via magnets or be clamped like any other pen. Samsung's solution is even more elegant, because you can store the whole S Pen inside the chassis.

Therefore, Apple Pencil is not always very handy, but both the functions and the handling are excellent. Inputs on the screen are executed precisely and quickly. The iPad Pro offers a very large screen surface, so the pen is not really necessary. It is more of an interesting tool for creative scenarios. Drawings in particular with apps like Adobe Sketch, ProCreate or Zen Brush 2 show the possibilities. The tablet recognizes the angle of the pen, so hatching is no problem. This is also one area where the Pencil has an advantage over the Surface Pen. The pressure sensitivity is very good and you can easily use the Apple Pencil to write.

Display

Subpixel shot with the microscope
Subpixel shot with the microscope

The Apple iPad Pro is equipped with a fully laminated 12.9-inch IPS display, which features a resolution of 2732x2048 pixels. This result in a pixel density of 265 PPI, which is good considering the size, but you can still see aliasing if you look closely. You will notice it particularly with small fonts if you like to read papers and magazines on your tablet.

We checked the luminance of the panel both with a completely white background as well as an APL of 50, but the results were identical. The luminance is quite high at up to 407 cd/m², but it is not quite as bright as the iPad Air 2. This is probably to save power. We cannot measure higher values with the activated sensor.

The black value is exceptionally low for an LC display at 0.22 cd/m², which results in a great contrast ratio.

375
cd/m²
377
cd/m²
386
cd/m²
399
cd/m²
399
cd/m²
407
cd/m²
393
cd/m²
393
cd/m²
404
cd/m²
Distribution of brightness
X-Rite i1Pro 2
Maximum: 407 cd/m² Average: 392.6 cd/m²
Brightness Distribution: 92 %
Center on Battery: 399 cd/m²
Contrast: 1814:1 (Black: 0.22 cd/m²)
ΔE Color 2.96 | - Ø
ΔE Greyscale 3 | - Ø
97.87% sRGB (Argyll) 71.15% AdobeRGB 1998 (Argyll)
Gamma: 2.21

Screen Flickering / PWM (Pulse-Width Modulation)

To dim the screen, some notebooks will simply cycle the backlight on and off in rapid succession - a method called Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) . This cycling frequency should ideally be undetectable to the human eye. If said frequency is too low, users with sensitive eyes may experience strain or headaches or even notice the flickering altogether.
Screen flickering / PWM not detected

In comparison: 58 % of all tested devices do not use PWM to dim the display. If PWM was detected, an average of 495 (minimum: 43 - maximum: 10420) Hz was measured.

Apple iPad Pro 12.9
A9X / PowerVR GT7xxx, A9X, Apple 128 GB (iPad Pro 12.9 NVMe)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core i5, 128GB
HD Graphics 520, 6300U, Samsung MZFLV128 NVMe
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
Mali-T628 MP6, 5420 Octa, 32 GB eMMC Flash
Dell Venue 11 Pro 5130-9356
HD Graphics (Bay Trail), Z3795, 64 GB SSD
Apple iPad Mini 4
PowerVR GX6450, A8, 64 GB SSD
Apple iPad Air 2
PowerVR GXA6850, A8X, 128 GB eMMC Flash
Screen
-19%
-62%
-58%
-31%
-26%
Brightness
393
396
1%
374
-5%
398
1%
421
7%
427
9%
Brightness Distribution
92
87
-5%
83
-10%
89
-3%
91
-1%
92
0%
Black Level *
0.22
0.36
-64%
0.73
-232%
0.38
-73%
0.58
-164%
0.61
-177%
Contrast
1814
1147
-37%
537
-70%
1121
-38%
709
-61%
693
-62%
Colorchecker DeltaE2000 *
2.96
3.09
-4%
4.84
-64%
5.47
-85%
2.15
27%
2.86
3%
Greyscale DeltaE2000 *
3
3.92
-31%
2.77
8%
7.57
-152%
2.72
9%
2.37
21%
Gamma
2.21 109%
2.3 104%
2.51 96%
2.24 107%
2.29 105%
2.43 99%
CCT
7049 92%
7333 89%
7086 92%
6317 103%
7012 93%
6941 94%
Color Space (Percent of AdobeRGB 1998)
71.15
61
-14%
88
24%
Color Space (Percent of sRGB)
97.87
97
-1%

* ... smaller is better

As we are used from Apple, the iPad Pro shows very natural colors. You can only see slight shifts of blue colors with the human eye compared to the sRGB color space. This is also the case for the grayscale, where the average DeltaE is exactly 3, but brighter surfaces suffer from a minimal blue cast. However, this is not a problem in practice.

The color space coverage of the display is also good. It covers around 98% of the sRGB and 71% of the AdobeRGB standard. All in all, a very good display.

Grayscale (target color space sRGB)
Grayscale (target color space sRGB)
Saturation Sweeps (target color space sRGB)
Saturation Sweeps (target color space sRGB)
ColorChecker (target color space sRGB)
ColorChecker (target color space sRGB)
ColorChecker (target color space AdobeRGB)
ColorChecker (target color space AdobeRGB)
Colorspace (target color space sRGB)
Colorspace (target color space sRGB)
Colorspace (target color space Adobe RGB)
Colorspace (target color space Adobe RGB)
iPad Pro (grid) color space coverage Adobe RGB: 71.15%
iPad Pro (grid) color space coverage Adobe RGB: 71.15%
iPad Pro (grid) color space coverage sRGB: 97.87%
iPad Pro (grid) color space coverage sRGB: 97.87%

The iPad Pro works great outdoors, even without a super bright panel. The high contrast certainly helps a lot, but the full lamination and the anti-reflection coating have a positive impact. You can still read the display contents under direct sunlight.

Good visibility even under the sun.
Good visibility even under the sun.
Even direct sunlight is handled by the display.
Even direct sunlight is handled by the display.

The viewing angle stability of the Apple iPad Pro is very good. There are also no ghosting effects or IPS glowing due to the fully laminated display. You can hardly notice a brightness reduction even from very flat viewing angles.

Viewing angle stability iPad Pro
Viewing angle stability iPad Pro

Performance

The iPad Pro is equipped with Apple's fastest SoC, the Apple A9X. Unlike the iPad Air 2, the Californians have once again used a dual-core CPU. It is now clocked at up to 2260 MHz and catapults the tablet into new performance dimensions. The associated 4 GB LPDDR4 RAM is comparatively generous. The GPU is a bit of a speculation. It is most likely provided by Imagination (PowerVR Series 7XT) and probably a special chip just for this tablet. Our colleagues from MacRumors found out that the graphics unit has 12 clusters. The GPU is therefore between the GT7800 (8 clusters) and the GT7900 (16 clusters). You might call it a PowerVR GT7850XT. Apple itself does not publish any specific details. 

The performance is impressive. Unfortunately, we cannot directly compare the performance between the iPad Pro and the Surface Pro 4. Even though benchmarks like Geekbench 3 are available on multiple platforms, you cannot compare the results of ARM and x86 based products. The reason is that the Windows version uses outdated instruction sets; the results would multiply with more modern ones. The result in Geekbench 3 is therefore misleading; the iPad Pro and the Surface Pro 4 (Core i5 version) are not on a similar performance level, but the Microsoft device is much faster. The Apple tablet is currently still unrivalled compared to other ARM based tablets.

Geekbench 3
64 Bit Multi-Core Score (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
5419 Points ∼28%
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core i5, 128GB
6719 Points ∼35% +24%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
4221 Points ∼22% -22%
Apple iPad Air 2
4530 Points ∼23% -16%
Apple iPad Mini 4
3097 Points ∼16% -43%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
4429 Points ∼23% -18%
64 Bit Single-Core Score (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
3200 Points ∼67%
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core i5, 128GB
3231 Points ∼68% +1%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
1247 Points ∼26% -61%
Apple iPad Air 2
1816 Points ∼38% -43%
Apple iPad Mini 4
1714 Points ∼36% -46%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
2538 Points ∼53% -21%
GFXBench (DX / GLBenchmark) 2.7
1920x1080 T-Rex HD Offscreen C24Z16 (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
163.2 fps ∼14%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
22.8 fps ∼2% -86%
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro
20.2 fps ∼2% -88%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
38 fps ∼3% -77%
Apple iPad Air 2
70.4 fps ∼6% -57%
Apple iPad Mini 4
47.8 fps ∼4% -71%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
78.9 fps ∼7% -52%
NVIDIA Shield Tablet LTE P1761
65 fps ∼6% -60%
T-Rex HD Onscreen C24Z16 (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
59.3 fps ∼16%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
13.9 fps ∼4% -77%
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro
13.8 fps ∼4% -77%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
29 fps ∼8% -51%
Apple iPad Air 2
52.1 fps ∼14% -12%
Apple iPad Mini 4
37 fps ∼10% -38%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
59 fps ∼16% -1%
NVIDIA Shield Tablet LTE P1761
56 fps ∼15% -6%
GFXBench 3.0
off screen Manhattan Offscreen OGL (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
80.1 fps ∼17%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
7.6 fps ∼2% -91%
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro
10.7 fps ∼2% -87%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
17 fps ∼4% -79%
Apple iPad Air 2
37.6 fps ∼8% -53%
Apple iPad Mini 4
21.5 fps ∼4% -73%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
38.4 fps ∼8% -52%
NVIDIA Shield Tablet LTE P1761
32 fps ∼7% -60%
on screen Manhattan Onscreen OGL (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
33.3 fps ∼30%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
4.3 fps ∼4% -87%
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro
6.8 fps ∼6% -80%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
12 fps ∼11% -64%
Apple iPad Air 2
27 fps ∼24% -19%
Apple iPad Mini 4
15.3 fps ∼14% -54%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
38.4 fps ∼34% +15%
NVIDIA Shield Tablet LTE P1761
29 fps ∼26% -13%
BaseMark OS II
Web (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
1091 Points ∼86%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
637 Points ∼50% -42%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
648 Points ∼51% -41%
Apple iPad Air 2
1263 Points ∼100% +16%
Apple iPad Mini 4
1059 Points ∼84% -3%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
1199 Points ∼95% +10%
Graphics (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
8422 Points ∼98%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
855 Points ∼10% -90%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
1385 Points ∼16% -84%
Apple iPad Air 2
4920 Points ∼57% -42%
Apple iPad Mini 4
2668 Points ∼31% -68%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
4299 Points ∼50% -49%
System (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
6230 Points ∼100%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
1940 Points ∼31% -69%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
2867 Points ∼46% -54%
Apple iPad Air 2
4104 Points ∼66% -34%
Apple iPad Mini 4
3132 Points ∼50% -50%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
3925 Points ∼63% -37%
Overall (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
3282 Points ∼100%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
801 Points ∼24% -76%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
1103 Points ∼34% -66%
Apple iPad Air 2
1967 Points ∼60% -40%
Apple iPad Mini 4
1681 Points ∼51% -49%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
2206 Points ∼67% -33%
PassMark PerformanceTest Mobile V1
3D Graphics Tests (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
1174 Points ∼35%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
2201 Points ∼66% +87%
Apple iPad Air 2
1160 Points ∼35% -1%
Apple iPad Mini 4
1060 Points ∼32% -10%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
1972 Points ∼59% +68%
2D Graphics Tests (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
4454 Points ∼64%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
4202 Points ∼60% -6%
Apple iPad Air 2
2956 Points ∼42% -34%
Apple iPad Mini 4
2320 Points ∼33% -48%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
4818 Points ∼69% +8%
CPU Tests (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
59659 Points ∼22%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
18009 Points ∼7% -70%
Apple iPad Air 2
73235 Points ∼27% +23%
Apple iPad Mini 4
48558 Points ∼18% -19%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
47850 Points ∼18% -20%
System (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
5638 Points ∼64%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
5431 Points ∼61% -4%
Apple iPad Air 2
4979 Points ∼56% -12%
Apple iPad Mini 4
4367 Points ∼49% -23%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
7975 Points ∼90% +41%
Basemark ES 3.1 / Metal - offscreen Overall Score (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
1871 Points ∼100%
Apple iPad Air 2
754 Points ∼40% -60%
Apple iPad Mini 4
426 Points ∼23% -77%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
858 Points ∼46% -54%
NVIDIA Shield Tablet LTE P1761 (11.8 fps offscreen)
665 Points ∼36% -64%
3DMark
Sling Shot OpenGL ES 3.0 Physics (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
1555 Points ∼62%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
1641 Points ∼65% +6%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
1697 Points ∼68% +9%
Sling Shot OpenGL ES 3.0 Graphics (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
7525 Points ∼97%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
843 Points ∼11% -89%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
4557 Points ∼59% -39%
Sling Shot OpenGL ES 3.0 (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
4061 Points ∼83%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
946 Points ∼19% -77%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
3316 Points ∼68% -18%
NVIDIA Shield Tablet LTE P1761
3208 Points ∼66% -21%
1280x720 offscreen Ice Storm Unlimited Physics (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
15473 Points ∼24%
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro
18226 Points ∼29% +18%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
17981 Points ∼28% +16%
Apple iPad Air 2
10379 Points ∼16% -33%
Apple iPad Mini 4
9844 Points ∼16% -36%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
12854 Points ∼20% -17%
1280x720 offscreen Ice Storm Unlimited Graphics Score (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
51124 Points ∼11%
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro
16438 Points ∼4% -68%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
20482 Points ∼5% -60%
Apple iPad Air 2
31542 Points ∼7% -38%
Apple iPad Mini 4
25254 Points ∼6% -51%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
41615 Points ∼9% -19%
1280x720 offscreen Ice Storm Unlimited Score (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
33812 Points ∼18%
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro
16804 Points ∼9% -50%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
19867 Points ∼11% -41%
Apple iPad Air 2
21707 Points ∼12% -36%
Apple iPad Mini 4
18737 Points ∼10% -45%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
27795 Points ∼15% -18%

Legend

 
Apple iPad Pro 12.9 Apple A9X, Apple A9X / PowerVR Series 7XT, Apple 128 GB (iPad Pro 12.9 NVMe)
 
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 Samsung Exynos 5420 Octa, ARM Mali-T628 MP6, 32 GB eMMC Flash
 
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core i5, 128GB Intel Core i5-6300U, Intel HD Graphics 520, Samsung MZFLV128 NVMe
 
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro Intel Atom Z3745, Intel HD Graphics (Bay Trail), 32 GB SSD
 
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE Samsung Exynos 5433 Octa, ARM Mali-T760 MP6, 32 GB eMMC Flash
 
Apple iPad Air 2 Apple A8X, PowerVR GXA6850, 128 GB eMMC Flash
 
Apple iPad Mini 4 Apple A8, PowerVR GX6450, 64 GB SSD
 
Apple iPhone 6S Plus Apple A9, Apple A9 / PowerVR GT7600, Apple AP0064K (iPhone NVMe)
 
NVIDIA Shield Tablet LTE P1761 Nvidia Tegra K1, NVIDIA Tegra K1 Kepler GPU, 32 GB eMMC Flash

The Apple iPad Pro manages excellent results in the browser based benchmarks and the competitors fall behind. Only the Surface Pro 4 has an advantage in the benchmarks Google Octane 2.0, SunSpider and Mozilla Kraken, where the results are significantly higher.

Octane V2 - Total Score (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
A9X / PowerVR GT7xxx, A9X, Apple 128 GB (iPad Pro 12.9 NVMe) (Safari Mobile 9.0)
19852 Points ∼44%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
Mali-T628 MP6, 5420 Octa, 32 GB eMMC Flash
4218 Points ∼9% -79%
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core i5, 128GB
HD Graphics 520, 6300U, Samsung MZFLV128 NVMe
29991 Points ∼66% +51%
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro
HD Graphics (Bay Trail), Z3745, 32 GB SSD
6060 Points ∼13% -69%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
Mali-T760 MP6, 5433 Octa, 32 GB eMMC Flash (Chrome 45)
6885 Points ∼15% -65%
Apple iPad Air 2
PowerVR GXA6850, A8X, 128 GB eMMC Flash (Safari 9.0 Mobile)
10512 Points ∼23% -47%
Apple iPad Mini 4
PowerVR GX6450, A8, 64 GB SSD (Safari iOS 9)
9962 Points ∼22% -50%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
A9 / PowerVR GT7600, A9, Apple AP0064K (iPhone NVMe) (Safari Mobile 9.0.1)
15967 Points ∼35% -20%
WebXPRT 2015 - Overall Score (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
A9X / PowerVR GT7xxx, A9X, Apple 128 GB (iPad Pro 12.9 NVMe) (Safari Mobile 9.0)
215 Points ∼38%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
Mali-T628 MP6, 5420 Octa, 32 GB eMMC Flash (Firefox 38)
80 Points ∼14% -63%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
Mali-T760 MP6, 5433 Octa, 32 GB eMMC Flash (Chrome 45)
79 Points ∼14% -63%
Apple iPad Air 2
PowerVR GXA6850, A8X, 128 GB eMMC Flash (Safari 9.0 Mobile)
158 Points ∼28% -27%
Apple iPad Mini 4
PowerVR GX6450, A8, 64 GB SSD (Safari iOS 9)
144 Points ∼26% -33%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
A9 / PowerVR GT7600, A9, Apple AP0064K (iPhone NVMe) (Safari Mobile 9.0.1)
190 Points ∼34% -12%
NVIDIA Shield Tablet LTE P1761
GeForce ULP K1 (Tegra K1 Kepler GPU), K1, 32 GB eMMC Flash (Chrome 42)
106 Points ∼19% -51%
JetStream 1.1 - 1.1 Total Score (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
A9X / PowerVR GT7xxx, A9X, Apple 128 GB (iPad Pro 12.9 NVMe) (Safari Mobile 9.0)
142 Points ∼0%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
Mali-T628 MP6, 5420 Octa, 32 GB eMMC Flash (Android 4.4 Stock Browser)
21.936 Points ∼0% -85%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
Mali-T760 MP6, 5433 Octa, 32 GB eMMC Flash (Chrome 45)
41.12 Points ∼0% -71%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
A9 / PowerVR GT7600, A9, Apple AP0064K (iPhone NVMe) (Safari Mobile 9.0.1)
118.7 Points ∼0% -16%
Sunspider - 1.0 Total Score (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
A9X / PowerVR GT7xxx, A9X, Apple 128 GB (iPad Pro 12.9 NVMe) (Safari Mobile 9.0)
181 ms * ∼4%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
Mali-T628 MP6, 5420 Octa, 32 GB eMMC Flash
1063.3 ms * ∼26% -487%
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core i5, 128GB
HD Graphics 520, 6300U, Samsung MZFLV128 NVMe
104.5 ms * ∼3% +42%
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro
HD Graphics (Bay Trail), Z3745, 32 GB SSD
739 ms * ∼18% -308%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
Mali-T760 MP6, 5433 Octa, 32 GB eMMC Flash (Chrome 45)
1016.2 ms * ∼25% -461%
Apple iPad Air 2
PowerVR GXA6850, A8X, 128 GB eMMC Flash (Safari 8.0 Mobile)
291.1 ms * ∼7% -61%
Apple iPad Mini 4
PowerVR GX6450, A8, 64 GB SSD (Safari iOS 9)
329 ms * ∼8% -82%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
A9 / PowerVR GT7600, A9, Apple AP0064K (iPhone NVMe) (Safari Mobile 9.0.1)
223 ms * ∼6% -23%
Google V8 Ver. 7 - Google V8 Ver. 7 Score (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
A9X / PowerVR GT7xxx, A9X, Apple 128 GB (iPad Pro 12.9 NVMe) (Safari Mobile 9.0)
19567 Points ∼100%
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro
HD Graphics (Bay Trail), Z3745, 32 GB SSD
6452 Points ∼33% -67%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
Mali-T760 MP6, 5433 Octa, 32 GB eMMC Flash (Chrome 45)
7197 Points ∼37% -63%
Apple iPad Air 2
PowerVR GXA6850, A8X, 128 GB eMMC Flash (Safari 8.0 Mobile)
9355 Points ∼48% -52%
Apple iPad Mini 4
PowerVR GX6450, A8, 64 GB SSD (Safari iOS 9)
10452 Points ∼53% -47%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
A9 / PowerVR GT7600, A9, Apple AP0064K (iPhone NVMe) (Safari Mobile 9.0.1)
15529 Points ∼79% -21%
Mozilla Kraken 1.1 - Total Score (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
A9X / PowerVR GT7xxx, A9X, Apple 128 GB (iPad Pro 12.9 NVMe) (Safari Mobile 9.0)
1498.8 ms * ∼3%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
Mali-T628 MP6, 5420 Octa, 32 GB eMMC Flash
7727.5 ms * ∼13% -416%
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core i5, 128GB
HD Graphics 520, 6300U, Samsung MZFLV128 NVMe
1178 ms * ∼2% +21%
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro
HD Graphics (Bay Trail), Z3745, 32 GB SSD
5853 ms * ∼10% -291%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
Mali-T760 MP6, 5433 Octa, 32 GB eMMC Flash (Chrome 45)
6483.2 ms * ∼11% -333%
Apple iPad Air 2
PowerVR GXA6850, A8X, 128 GB eMMC Flash (Safari 9.0 Mobile)
2396 ms * ∼4% -60%
Apple iPad Mini 4
PowerVR GX6450, A8, 64 GB SSD (Safari iOS 9)
2557 ms * ∼4% -71%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
A9 / PowerVR GT7600, A9, Apple AP0064K (iPhone NVMe) (Safari Mobile 9.0.1)
1743 ms * ∼3% -16%
BaseMark OS II - Web (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
A9X / PowerVR GT7xxx, A9X, Apple 128 GB (iPad Pro 12.9 NVMe)
1091 Points ∼86%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
Mali-T628 MP6, 5420 Octa, 32 GB eMMC Flash
637 Points ∼50% -42%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
Mali-T760 MP6, 5433 Octa, 32 GB eMMC Flash
648 Points ∼51% -41%
Apple iPad Air 2
PowerVR GXA6850, A8X, 128 GB eMMC Flash
1263 Points ∼100% +16%
Apple iPad Mini 4
PowerVR GX6450, A8, 64 GB SSD
1059 Points ∼84% -3%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
A9 / PowerVR GT7600, A9, Apple AP0064K (iPhone NVMe)
1199 Points ∼95% +10%

* ... smaller is better

You can get the iPad Pro with 32 or 128 GB eMMC storage. The free capacity of our 128 GB version is around 100 GB. The storage is very fast and manages a write speed of up to 277 MB/s. Similar to the current iPhones, the manufacturer uses fast NVMe storage.

If you often work with graphics, movies and the like, you will notice that the 100 GB is quickly used up. Apple should have offered either a storage expansion or other models with more flash storage to meet its own claims that the iPad Pro could replace a notebook.

BaseMark OS II - Memory (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
A9X / PowerVR GT7xxx, A9X, Apple 128 GB (iPad Pro 12.9 NVMe)
2027 Points ∼76%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
Mali-T628 MP6, 5420 Octa, 32 GB eMMC Flash
390 Points ∼15% -81%
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
Mali-T760 MP6, 5433 Octa, 32 GB eMMC Flash
590 Points ∼22% -71%
Apple iPad Air 2
PowerVR GXA6850, A8X, 128 GB eMMC Flash
832 Points ∼31% -59%
Apple iPad Mini 4
PowerVR GX6450, A8, 64 GB SSD
902 Points ∼34% -56%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
A9 / PowerVR GT7600, A9, Apple AP0064K (iPhone NVMe)
1124 Points ∼42% -45%
PassMark PerformanceTest Mobile V1 - Disk Tests (sort by value)
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
A9X / PowerVR GT7xxx, A9X, Apple 128 GB (iPad Pro 12.9 NVMe)
137071 Points ∼100%
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
Mali-T628 MP6, 5420 Octa, 32 GB eMMC Flash
19014 Points ∼14% -86%
Apple iPad Air 2
PowerVR GXA6850, A8X, 128 GB eMMC Flash
72371 Points ∼53% -47%
Apple iPad Mini 4
PowerVR GX6450, A8, 64 GB SSD
66990 Points ∼49% -51%
Apple iPhone 6S Plus
A9 / PowerVR GT7600, A9, Apple AP0064K (iPhone NVMe)
96768 Points ∼71% -29%

Games

The enormous performance of the Apple iPad Pro pretty much makes it a perfect gaming device. There are no games in the App Store that could bring the device to its limits. The speakers also leave a great impression and complement the good gaming experience.

The only issue is the form factor of the tablet. It will not be a problem with board games, but the arms will get tired pretty quickly when you play a racing game. The device is just very heavy, which is why you cannot hold it for prolonged periods.

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Emissions

Temperature

The surface temperatures of the Apple iPad Pro are normal at up to 33.8 °C (~93 °F) while idling. These values climb to around 40 °C (~104 °F) under load, which is simulated by the Relative Benchmark. This is a good result when you consider the performance and the temperatures are never inconvenient. The temperatures of the power adapter are more alarming, which already warms up to more than 46 °C (~115 °F) while idling, and the surface will even reach almost 54 °C (~129 °F) under load.

The situation is not as critical on the inside. We checked the performance stability of the SoC under load with the GFXBench 3.1 Battery test. It repeats the T-Rex test thirty times and logs both the battery level as well as the performance. The latter was steady during the whole test.

Max. Load
 37.4 °C36 °C34.6 °C 
 40.1 °C36.7 °C31.9 °C 
 34.5 °C33.1 °C32.2 °C 
Maximum: 40.1 °C
Average: 35.2 °C
35.4 °C38.2 °C35.3 °C
34 °C36.5 °C39.3 °C
33.3 °C35.2 °C33.1 °C
Maximum: 39.3 °C
Average: 35.6 °C
Power Supply (max.)  53.6 °C | Room Temperature 22.3 °C | Voltcraft IR-260

Speakers

The speakers reach up to 88 dB(A).
The speakers reach up to 88 dB(A).

The Apple iPad Pro has four stereo speakers. Not only there are many to produce a better sound, but also to maintain a stereo effect when one of the modules is covered. Nevertheless, the sound itself changes.

The quality of the speakers is very good for a tablet. They reach a maximum volume of up to 88 dB(A) and are therefore really loud. The frequency level always stays balanced, so there are no distortions at any volume. The Pink noise diagram also shows that the speakers do not produce a lot of bass. Medium and most of the high tones on the other hand are covered very well, only super high tones (starting at around 10000 Hz) show a slight decrease.

The stereo jack works very well and there were subjectively no background noises.

Energy Management

Power Consumption

The Apple iPad Pro has a 38.8-Wh (10307 mAh, 3.77 V) battery, which is the largest module within our comparison. The battery of the Surface Pro has a similar capacity (38 Wh), while the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 has a slightly smaller module. The Venue 11 (32 Wh) and the iPad Air 2 (27.62 Wh) have the smallest battery capacities.

The power consumption is quite high due to the large 12.9-inch panel and already reaches up to 11.1 watts while idling, but the values are not much higher under load. We can measure around 11.5 watts in “Epic Citadel” and only 12.8 watts in Relative Benchmark. The power adaptor has a nominal output of only 12 watts, so it could be the limiting factor for more accurate measurements since it is clearly not powerful enough. The battery will drain slowly even with the attached PSU when you use a complex app on the tablet.

Accordingly, the charging times are very long. It takes more than 4.5 before the iPad Pro is fully recharged when the device is idling and the display is turned off. It will be noticeably longer while the tablet is in use.

Power Consumption
Off / Standbydarklight 0 / 0.41 Watt
Idledarkmidlight 2.69 / 10.95 / 11.14 Watt
Load midlight 11.54 / 12.8 Watt
 color bar
Key: min: dark, med: mid, max: light        Gossen Metrahit Energy

Battery Runtime

The battery runtimes are very good thanks to the large battery. More than 32 hours in the Reader's Test are mainly a result of the low minimum brightness of just 3.6 cd/m². You will appreciate that the display is not too bright, especially if you like to read in the evening.

The results of our tests with an adjusted brightness of 150 cd/m² are great as well. Eleven and a half hours of web browsing or one hour less of video playback are possible. The competition cannot keep up with these runtimes. However, the stamina under load could be better for the iPad Pro, but it is still reasonable when you consider the performance.

It is important that you activate the automatic brightness control in practice. The use of the maximum luminance all the time will reduce the runtimes significantly because the display consumes a lot of power in this case.

Battery Runtime
Idle (without WLAN, min brightness)
32h 13min
WiFi Surfing v1.3
11h 35min
Big Buck Bunny H.264 1080p
10h 30min
Load (maximum brightness)
3h 15min
Apple iPad Pro 12.9
A9X / PowerVR GT7xxx, A9X, Apple 128 GB (iPad Pro 12.9 NVMe)
Apple iPad Air 2
PowerVR GXA6850, A8X, 128 GB eMMC Flash
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
Mali-T628 MP6, 5420 Octa, 32 GB eMMC Flash
Dell Venue 11 Pro 5130-9356
HD Graphics (Bay Trail), Z3795, 64 GB SSD
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core i5, 128GB
HD Graphics 520, 6300U, Samsung MZFLV128 NVMe
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
HD Graphics 515, 6Y30, Samsung MZFLV128 NVMe
Battery Runtime
-10%
-33%
-46%
-45%
-39%
Reader / Idle
1933
1364
-29%
623
-68%
800
-59%
899
-53%
791
-59%
Load
195
212
9%
154
-21%
111
-43%
138
-29%
WiFi
630
536
384
WiFi v1.3
695
427
-39%
488
-30%
H.264
630
562
-11%
564
-10%
426
-32%

Pro

+ great design and build quality
+ very good stylus (optional)
+ fast SoC
+ excellent display
+ great speakers
+ very good runtimes

Cons

- scaling of iOS
- weak and hot power adaptor
- long charging times
- no NFC
- only LTE Cat. 4
- expensive accessories

Verdict

In Review: Apple iPad Pro. Test model courtesy of Apple Germany.
In Review: Apple iPad Pro. Test model courtesy of Apple Germany.

Even though many users think that it is an affront that Apple has developed a large tablet and even a corresponding pen, the result is very convenient. The Californians certainly did not reinvent the device class, but once again, they have managed to integrate a high-quality product into their own eco system.

The highlight of the iPad Pro is certainly its excellent 12.9-inch display. The build quality is very good and the tablet is conveniently slim. However, the comparatively high weight due to the size is a bit uncomfortable after a while. The Apple Pencil is a great stylus, but there is no convenient way to store it and the runtimes are rather short as well. On the other hand, the SoC is extremely fast, the runtimes are high and the speakers are unrivalled in this segment.

The Apple iPad Pro is particularly interesting for creative users and the ones that prefer a large display. We do not think it is a full-fledged notebook replacement.

The utilization of the display by iOS itself should be improved. The LTE modem also supports only LTE Cat. 4, but we would have expected a more modern standard in this price range. The iPad Pro can handle multiple UHD videos at the same time from a technological point of view, but the tablet will quickly reach its limits when you want to use it professionally due to the low storage, the limited multitasking and the missing x86 applications, so it is not a full-fledged notebook replacement. The charging times are also extremely long, which is mainly caused by the weak power adapter. The latter can also get very hot, which results in a small points deduction.

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 - 04/13/2016 v5
Daniel Schmidt

Chassis
88%
Keyboard
80 / 80 → 100%
Pointing Device
93%
Connectivity
44 / 66 → 66%
Weight
80 / 88 → 83%
Battery
93%
Display
91%
Games Performance
68 / 68 → 100%
Application Performance
73 / 76 → 96%
Temperature
90%
Noise
100%
Audio
88 / 91 → 96%
Camera
69 / 85 → 81%
Add Points
-1%
Average
75%
89%
Tablet - Weighted Average

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Daniel Schmidt, 2015-12-25 (Update: 2016-01-14)