Todd Haselton | CNBC
Apple unveils a new Apple iPad Pro in Brooklyn, New York, October 30, 2018.
I prefer the 11-inch model of the two, which feels about the same as last year’s 10.5-inch model in my hand, but has a nice extra bit of screen to look at. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro has a noticeably smaller footprint than last year’s model, but still feels too big to me. Maybe that just takes some getting used to.
There’s a new iPad Pencil stylus with support for gestures that let you switch between the different digital brush styles. You won’t lose this one as easily as last year, since it clips to the side of the iPad with magnets. It even wirelessly charges when attached to the iPad, an…