This article originally appeared on Entertainment Weekly.
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For years, people have complained that the Apple iPad is hard to use on a normal computer.
But Apple has been steadily improving the iPad over the years, and now the company says it can take full advantage of the tablet’s ability to handle high-resolution graphics.
The iPad’s screen is a big part of that.
With an aspect ratio of 2.4:1, it’s more than double the size of a conventional iPad, and it’s designed for touchscreens.
This means it can support multiple-touch gestures, like swiping between two cards in the library or tapping a virtual button on the bottom of an app.
And it can handle video, which allows users to view videos on the go, and video chat.
For many of these features, Apple has a new iPad Pro, which launched in July 2017 and features a bigger screen.
It has a bigger display, more powerful processors, and a faster processor.
But the new iPad is also better at gaming, allowing users to experience higher frame rates.
As you can see in the video above, the new model is capable of handling 4K video, and with a higher resolution of 1366 x 768.
In addition, the iPad Pro also has a high-quality display, which gives it a more premium look.
And that’s exactly what you want for your tablet.
With the iPad 5, you get the iPad mini, a smaller screen that still supports touchscans and has the same processor, but it’s smaller and thinner, making it more comfortable to hold.
But when it comes to gaming, the screen size is also much larger, at 18:9.