iPad Pro 12.9 (3rd Gen) Review! (Real World Review)



Today I will be reviewing the iPad Pro 12.9 3rd Generation, the best iPad ever. And even a year later, it is an amazing tablet, but it is just that…a tablet. Not a computer! (although Apple thinks it is!)

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48 Replies to “iPad Pro 12.9 (3rd Gen) Review! (Real World Review)”

  1. Diego Motta

    iPad has 10h vs. About 3h of a notebook. Its diferent use. Its light, fast and very responsive (better than 92% of laptops). Its tottaly diferent product. I got your point, but after you use an ipad, you never go back. Its a touch media center, the apps are simply SO well buit for it, you named.

  2. Rkla88

    I think I’m the only one who prefer to use the iPad as a tablet (no keyboard or mouse. Only my fingers). For some reason, if I want/need a computer I’ll grab my MacBook Pro. I do like that I can use it as a laptop for those scenarios where I need a computer and my MacBook isn’t available and my iPad is.

    Great review. Keep it up

  3. NMH Alumni

    I can get a used Ipad Pro 3rd gen 11" locally for around 550usd, should I go for it? I prefer the face unlock and 120mhz screen compared to a MacBook, which is why I want to buy one. FYI I do have a gen1 Ipad Pro which has served me well.

  4. tgsteve

    Ok the mah battery is not 9720?its a lot lower?the 12.9 inch iPad Pro 4th generation in 2020 is 9720?not the 3rd gen?false video?

  5. Karazha1

    So it arrived today. Screen is pristine. Chassis is perfect. The battery is good.>💫>JustU.Faith/i-PadPro?崖 The speakers are SO loud, it's really insane. The iPad in general is just insane to hold. Pictures don't do it justice – as soon as you pick it up, you'll be in awe at how light, yet solid feeling this thing is. I turned on a video to watch and I thought it was pretty loud, but quickly realized that it was only at 50% volume. The screen is HUGE, and the bezel is very thin. The camera is great.

  6. Didi Dogster

    honestly hate people who say "don't use your ipad to take pictures". My phone camera sucks, my ipad one is way better. Why should i go for lower quality to appease the masses when i can use an amazing camera that I fucking bought.

  7. Justin R

    You spent a lot of time talking about the iPad Pro isn't a computer, yet no time on how a Mac isn't a tablet. Advantages go both ways, and, in my opinion (especially with the new mouse support in iOS 13.4!), there's a lot more capability and feature overlap on the iPad's side than the Mac's. Unless there are certain computer applications that you absolutely need, in my opinion, you're getting a whole lot more for your money with an iPad Pro.

  8. Justin R

    You spent a lot of time talking about the iPad Pro isn't a computer, yet no time on how a Mac isn't a tablet. Advantages go both ways, and, in my opinion (especially with the new mouse support in iOS 13.4!), there's a lot more capability and feature overlap on the iPad's side than the Mac's. Unless there are certain computer applications that you absolutely need, in my opinion, you're getting a whole lot more for your money with an iPad Pro.

  9. Justin R

    You spent a lot of time talking about the iPad Pro isn't a computer, yet no time on how a Mac isn't a tablet. Advantages go both ways, and, in my opinion (especially with the new mouse support in iOS 13.4!), there's a lot more capability and feature overlap on the iPad's side than the Mac's. Unless there are certain computer applications that you absolutely need, in my opinion, you're getting a whole lot more for your money with an iPad Pro.

  10. StaticTube Matic

    I got my 12.9 3rd gen for only 918$ but it was used off amazon, but I lucked out bc it’s flawless.

    Anyway I couldn’t agree more about not being able to get final cut on here!!!!!!!! iMovie is soooo lame. Wtf apple!

  11. A V

    good review, but I don't understand why you would compare the price of old MacBook pros to a new 12.9" iPad Pro. Doesn't seem fair since you can also find many used iPad Pros and used accessories for sale too

  12. Trent Gilliam

    Who still even syncs their phone? iCloud backup exists… iPad Pro has completely replaced my MacBook Pro. I much prefer my PadOS workflow. MacBook doesn’t even have LTE. Always connected is the now and the future.

  13. One4All All4One

    That tv commercial was rediculous. Handing over an ipad costing in the thousands to a kid almost in diapers. Another way apple wants to squeeze money out of the consumer.

  14. Marshall AL

    I'm giving you a dislike cause you don't think outside the box. This works so well for construction. Even with heavy software like SAP. What's in your wallet?

  15. Judy Burnett

    I have the iPad Pro with cover that triangulates to prop up the pad. I keep getting error message saying that it can’t facial ID me because the camera is covered…. the camera is facing away from me but I know it reverses to view me thru the glass forward when it is viewing my face for ID… how close do I have to be from the screen? Usually it’s on my lap about 12” away… gives me the error message and immediately fades to my 4digit code. How can I get it to Face ID me to open?

  16. Frank Hynd

    IPad Pro 12.9 + Apple keyboard + Apple Pen costs US$ 1,618, which costs US$ 600 more than its true worth. This cost is OK if you are rich or a youngster living at home. Most people don’t have US$1,600 spare cash and get into debt to buy this overpriced iPad so that Apple can have US$ 245 billion cash in its balance sheet.

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