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Apple thinks it's invented the universe in the new iPad Pro ad

A 12.9 inch Retina screen, shifting some 5.6 million pixels.

A 6.9mm-thick body, weighing just 713 grams.

Four speakers. Two HD cameras.

The iPad Pro, Apple's new favourite child, will be available to pre-order in the UK today, with prices starting at £679 for the 32GB model and £899 for the 128 GB model. 

Tim Cook thinks it'll replace the PC. Convinced? Let us know.

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