The iPad Pro stole the show at Apple’s September event in San Francisco. It’s an incredible tablet – turn to page 10 to read all about it. As for the ‘normal’ iPad lineup, little has changed apart from the introduction of the iPad mini 4, a direct replacement for the iPad mini 3 – which finally puts the 7.9-inch iPad on par with the full size model again.
That’s good news in iOS 9, because both sizes of iPad can take advantage of its new (iPad-only) multitasking features, enabling you to slide a second app into view (say, to check email) without leaving the one you’re working in. The iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4 also have Split View mode, which enables you to work in two apps side-by-side. Those two models also feature Touch ID, Apple’s fingerprint sensor.