The latest iPad is being touted as the best looking iPad yet, but Apple is not letting the news get in the way of its launch.

Apple has unveiled the latest iPad, the 11.6-inch iPad Pro, in a press release that includes a new design that has been compared to that of Apple’s iPad mini.

“This year’s new model of iPad Pro is just as stylish as the original, and it’s packed with incredible design and technology,” the company said in a release.

“With a redesigned design and larger display, the new iPad Pro can easily outshine the iPhone 6 Plus and the iPad mini with its incredible performance, power and ease of use.

This is a great new iPad for anyone looking to get their hands on the latest and greatest iPad.”

While Apple is claiming that the iPad Pro “is the world’s most powerful tablet” and “has a battery life of 10 hours,” it’s not clear if that’s true, or if it’s just a misleading claim.

Apple’s recent iPad mini has a much smaller battery than the 11-inch model, which Apple says has a life of “less than five hours.”

It’s also not clear how much longer the iPad will last in standby mode, which is a process in which the iPad stays in the same position but the battery capacity increases.

The release also mentions that the new device is “built for performance” and offers up a few specs.

The new iPad “features a new Apple Pencil stylus that lets you sketch, draw and edit quickly and easily,” and the company claims the tablet will also be the first to have “a built-in microphone for wireless calling and messaging.”

But that claim is also a lie.

Apple doesn’t appear to have released any official specs for the new model, and there’s no way to confirm that the devices screen will be larger or better.

Apple also doesn’t say when the new models will go on sale, but the company says it will “make the announcements at a later date.”