In the past, the iPad would use an opaque plastic material like polyester for its body and a translucent, water-resistant one like neoprene for the screen.
But those two materials are both prone to cracking and eventually corroding.
The iPad Pro has two layers of anodized aluminum for the body and anodizing glass for the face.
The glass layer is more resilient and will last longer, but the body will eventually crack and the screen will eventually be damaged.
The two materials both make a perfect combination for the iPad Pro’s display, which is designed to be scratch-resistant and to be waterproof.
So what does the new iPad Pro display look like?
To get a good idea, we put the iPad on a flat surface and held the iPad at an angle.
It turned out to be a little easier to hold at an even angle than on a previous version of iPad Pro, which was designed with a rectangular display.
But it’s clear that the iPad pro’s new design is much larger than the iPad Air, which we’ll talk about in a moment.
The tablet’s body has a new aluminum frame and a new metal base.
The aluminum frame looks a little more like a regular iPad, but its thickness is also much thicker than that of an iPhone 6.
The base has a nice curve, which means that when you tilt the iPad up, the edge is more comfortable.
When you tilt it down, it’s easier to feel the weight of the tablet on your body.
When the tablet is on a table, it feels a bit too big.
The frame and base are made of two layers, so the surface is a bit rough and you won’t feel any drag.
The thin, smooth aluminum feels good to hold.
And its light weight makes it a great choice for the new Pro’s body.
The screen itself is slightly larger than that in the past iPad Pro models, which can be a good thing because it’s thinner than the iPhone 6 and iPad mini.
But the new display’s brightness is still good for viewing the web, photos, or playing video.
The brightness on the iPad is good enough to get a decent night light even when sitting next to a computer monitor.
The display is a nice touch for the display.
The edges of the display are curved.
This makes it easier to see and it makes it easy to hold the iPad in portrait mode.
The new iPad’s new aluminum design is great for the device’s screen.
The design is also great for grip.
It’s light, but it feels great to hold and you can hold it in portrait for a good photo.