Some shoppers were disappointed when Touch ID was left off the iPad Air, but Apple would likely include this feature on an iPad Pro. This fingerprint scanner would not only log you in to the device and help you quickly pay for iTunes purchases but also automatically log you in to various websites and VPN services. Perhaps an iPhone could be used for two-factor authentication via Bluetooth.
In addition, an iPad Pro should be more durable than your typical iPad. Rumor has it that Apple is working on a sapphire display for the iPhone 6, which is supposedly three times stronger than Gorilla Glass. (Apparently, Apple may also embed solar sells into this type of display, which could allow for solar charging.) Using waterproofing technology, such as Liquipel, would also go a long way toward making IT managers happier about an iPad Pro investment.
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