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What We Love About The New iPhone SE & iPad Pro

#1: They come in a pretty rose gold hue.
Of the four metallic finishes the iPhone SE comes in, our favourite is still Apple’s most recent rose gold shade for its pretty, feminine appeal. #2: The iPhone SE is just as powerful as the iPhone 6S.
Live photos? Check. 4K video? Check. Just because it comes in a smaller size (a 4-inch screen to be exact) doesn’t mean its functions have been reduced. From $658, available in 16GB and 64GB  #3: The 9.7 inch iPad Pro has the same width as the iPad Air, but outperforms it.
Weighing in at 500 grams and at 6.1mm thin, it’s just like the iPad Air in size and weight, but with the capabilities of the much larger 12.9 inch iPad Pro within. How so? There’s a 12-megapixel camera so photos are captured in the sharpest detail; its retina display is 25 per cent brighter and 40 per cent less reflective compared to the iPad Air 2; and it has an in-built four-speaker audio system, which means twice the audio output (now that’s surround sound). #4: The iPad Pro has a new True Tone display that adjusts the intensity of the screen display according to various light settings.
Like the Amazon Kindle Voyage, the new iPad Pro can automatically adjust the white balance of the display to match the light around you. Why this is beneficial: It’s causes less strain on the eyes, especially if you tend to use your gadgets right before bedtime. Plus, you can pair this with the Apple Pencil or the Smart Keyboard (the iPad mini and iPad Air can’t utilise these accessories) so you can work off it wherever you are. From $898, available in 32GB, 128GB and a new 256GB    Like this? See why the Apple watch is a gamechanger in so many ways.