Apple releases two more ads for the iPad Pro

Apple releases two more ads for the iPad Pro
Last month, Apple released four commercials about the Apple iPad Pro. Each ad was centered on a real-life tweet that had the profile picture changed for obvious reasons. The solution for each problem mentioned in each tweet is the Apple iPad Pro. The features noted include support for Microsoft Word,  LTE connectivity and the iPad Pro's proclivity not to catch any viruses.  Today, Apple released two more ads in the series.

One spot opens with a sleepy student in class. She tweets, "My math notes are a mess since I'm half asleep." The answer is the Apple iPad Pro combined with the Apple Pencil. The Apple Pencil will allow the math student to take notes right on the tablet during class. And if she should fall asleep, the tablet will record the entire lecture, so it's all good.

The next ad starts with a tweet from a female office worker that states, "There are way too many things on my desk." Once again, the solution is the Apple iPad Pro. The device can replace a scanner, laptop and a piece of paper. In other words, putting the tablet on her desk will clear up her personal work space. We won't tell you the end of this ad. One, we don't want to ruin the surprise. And two, it is very bizarre.

Check out the latest commercials for Apple's top of the line tablet by clicking on the videos below.

source: Apple (1), (2)

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iPad Pro
  • Display 12.9" 2048 x 2732 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP / 1.2 MP front
  • Processor Apple A9X, Dual-core, 2260 MHz
  • Storage 128 GB
  • Battery 10307 mAh



1. DavMor0069

Posts: 266; Member since: Dec 09, 2015

My phone can do all of those things..

11. Unordinary unregistered

Guess you're used to working with little things

2. jeroome86

Posts: 2314; Member since: Apr 12, 2012

Do a mini pro. My money is ready.

13. Z.....

Posts: 355; Member since: Feb 01, 2017

Omg yes, a 7inch version. With 4gb Ram 1080p A9x

3. trojan_horse

Posts: 5868; Member since: May 06, 2016

"and the iPad Pro's proclivity not to catch any viruses' But... doesn't the iPad pro run on iOS which is well-known to catch viruses?

4. kiko007

Posts: 7493; Member since: Feb 17, 2016

Not as well known as Android OR Windows. :P

5. mikehunta727 unregistered

"well known to catch viruses" ? iOS has experienced the least amount of malware/viruses for any mobile OS by far and lower then Windows 10. CVE database and also malware statitstics from other companies like Kaespersky , etc prove this Biased Samsung shill making shit up again confirmed. Silly Trojan spewing nonsense and was a very poor troll attempt that got shot down immediately

6. mikehunta727 unregistered

These commercials by Apple for this iPad are trash

7. kiko007

Posts: 7493; Member since: Feb 17, 2016

Agreed. But then again, I think most of their ads are garbage. The products themselves are fantastic, but the marketing campaign doesn't really do them justice IMO.

9. mikehunta727 unregistered

iPad Pro is absolutely a quite impressive piece of hardware, software is just holding it back pretty "bigly" The situtation currently for the A9X in the Pro is like a super strong brolic ass bodybuilder lifting 10 pound dumbbells

10. kiko007

Posts: 7493; Member since: Feb 17, 2016

Lmao....that imagery though!

12. Unordinary unregistered

Must be the water then, since their sales are demolishing anything in its category.

14. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

Yep and salea are sropping and hybrid are gaining. The SP4 alone is catching up fast. With Samsungs latest Windows hybrid, the iPad is in seriois trouble. Apple only move that could defebd the Surface is an iPax that runs OSX. Its coming and then Tim Cook will.look as stupid as Jibs who said no one woukd buy larhe size phones

15. Unordinary unregistered

First of all, the iPad doesnt compete with the Surface. Thats what their macbooks are for. Second of all, how many times are you idiots going to keep saying Apple is in serious trouble LMFAO. Almost every year Apple breaks record sales. Samsung, Windows, and others WISH they just had 1 or 2 big record years that crush opponents sales lol.

16. cmdacos

Posts: 4200; Member since: Nov 01, 2016

"First of all, the iPad doesnt compete with the Surface." Now that's the truth. Not even in the same league...

17. Unordinary unregistered

Exactly my point. The surface is not a tablet. It is a hyrbid, or a wannabe laptop. choose one. Not a tablet. In the tablet market, nothing comes remotely close to the iPad.

19. trojan_horse

Posts: 5868; Member since: May 06, 2016

The MacBooks are laptops, not hybrids... you moron. So the SurfacePro 4 doesn't only compete with it, but competes as well against the iPad, because the Surface Pro 4 is a 2-in-1, which means it's both a tablet and a laptop. Surface Pro 4 destroys the iPad, deal with it. And the Surface Pro 4 still be the Mac Book when it comes to power a and productivity. Deal with it.

20. trojan_horse

Posts: 5868; Member since: May 06, 2016

** Surface Pro 4 still BEATS the Mac Book when it comes to productivity. Fixed that!

18. trojan_horse

Posts: 5868; Member since: May 06, 2016

Mikehunta, where did I say that iOS catches the most viruses out of all operative systems? I simply said iOS is well known to catch viruses, but Windows and Android are the notorious ones. I didn't say iOS catches the most viruses. You're a pathetic troll who's always seeking to have an argument with me... Get a life, already.

21. mikehunta727 unregistered

iOS is not well known to catch viruses lmao...that is the most ridiculous statement possible. You are a bigtime fanboy and can't debate objectively ever at all. It's pathetic. Viruses on iOS have actually been quite rare and few in it's history so your literally just making shit up to fit your biased view. In fact for a OS, iOS has really one of the best track records in this regard in software history and my sources mentioned before show that. Windows has had hundreds of thousands of viruses over it's life, iOS much less then Android and Windows, Apple's ability to issue updates to the whole active user base at once and eventually force people to update is a big reason why Please stop also calling other people morons when you spout absolute garble, it's very hypocritical.

22. mikehunta727 unregistered “Data from F-Secure Freedome analytics show that Apple’s iOS distribution and upgrade model is far superior to Android’s,” the F-Secure State of Cyber Security 2017 reports." -2015 -2014, data from Kaspersky -reports and data in the mobile section of this massive 77 page cybersecurity report done by F secure on everything back what I am saying also Could keep going with links going further back but your claim was blatantly intentionally false

34. ColinW

Posts: 412; Member since: Jun 04, 2014

Historically MacOSx had less viruses than Windows, which was mainly because it lost the PC OS war and there were so few Macs that they were hardly ever targetted. Fast forward to the mobile age and both MacOSx and IOS have been said to have more vulnerabilities than other competing OS's. The fact is if you take simple steps to protect yourself all OS's are pretty safe. The problem for Apple users are, they have been led into complacency by Apple and Apple fans that the situation is the same as the old days and they think they are not vulnerable and that is dangerous.

35. mikehunta727 unregistered

OS updates to the whole active user base at once is not making their user base complacent at all... It's Apples biggest strategy at keeping its users as safe as possible from vulnerabilities and exploits by issuing patches to the whole user base that everyone can update immediately. And in 2016 Android actually had 3x more vulnerabilities found vs iOS and had 3 more critical vulnerabilities found last year vs iOS. Apple being able to get almost everyone on near later patch on their devices is extremely important in fighting vulnerabilities and exploits in the OS that can be exploited. And yes naturally Android will have much higher malware numbers too because it's market share is much much higher then iOS, hackers will always target the most popular OS first (Windows and Android vs iOS/Mac OS) "Prices are directly linked to the difficulty of making a full chain of exploits, and we know that iOS 10 and Android 7 are both much harder to exploit than their previous versions," he told Ars. Asked why a string of iOS exploits commanded 7.5 times the price of a comparable one for Android he said: "That means that iOS 10 chain exploits are either 7.5 x harder than Android or the demand for iOS exploits is 7.5 x higher. The reality is a mix of both." Ceo from Zermodium(largest blackhat hacking group in the world who buys big time exploits from people (up to 1.5 million per iOS exploit vs$250k for Android exploits) says iOS is nearly up to 6-7x harder to crack which is why they are paying that much more also for them, it's harder for hackers

36. mikehunta727 unregistered

*Says iOS 10 is up to 6-7x harder to crack vs Nougat. Over 80% ot active user base on iOS is already on at least iOS 10.1 while under 1% of users on Android are on Nougat. The rest are on all outdated versions of Android (99% rest of them) I don't think Apple at all makes its users complacent because they do their due diligence in trying to keep everyone safe on their products, their update model for iOS is akin to Pixel devices getting latest updates and security patches fiest before anyone else

8. ColinW

Posts: 412; Member since: Jun 04, 2014

Copying features the Galaxy Note (phone and tablet) had years ago and advertising them as something special is pretty desperate. The problem with the iPad Pro is although it is a good tablet, it is not a "Pro" machine, just an iPad that can use a pen to write on the screen.

24. M.O.A.B

Posts: 319; Member since: Feb 13, 2015

"ipad pro and apple pencil have revolutionized the way we take notes" LooLL

33. max1c

Posts: 103; Member since: Oct 11, 2014

Wow, these are impressively bad.

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