When Apple unveiled the iPhone X, it wasn’t surprising to hear the company’s CEO Tim Cook referred to the device as a “gothical” coffee table.
Apple’s latest tablet, the iPad Pro, is not so happy about being referred to that way.
In a tweet, Cook said the device was “the ultimate coffee table,” and suggested the term be “a new thing” for the device.
The device itself is a beautiful table that feels like a modern-day coffee table — with a big screen and a lot of storage, as you might expect.
But Cook’s tweet comes just one day after a few outlets reported on a new, slightly different model of the tablet that was revealed on stage at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference.
The new iPad Pro model has the same 8-inch display as the new iPhone X and, as with the iPhone, has a much larger 3,000 mAh battery.
The iPad Pro is now available in three colors: gold, black and red.
The model has a curved back that’s slightly curved, but is actually more of a full-face, curved-back design.
The company also unveiled a new 10-inch version of the iPad that’s available in a gold and black finish, but this model does not have the 8-inches of screen size.
The new 10.5-inch iPad Pro also comes in three new colors, with the new model coming in an 11-inch model and a 13-inch variant.
The new iPad Pros have a higher-resolution screen that runs at 326 ppi, which is more than twice as high as the iPhone 8 Plus.
The 11- and 13-inchers also come with new Touch ID fingerprint sensors, making the devices a bit easier to unlock, as they do on the iPhone.
The 10.6-inch and 13.9-inch iPads come in black, silver and gold.
As the name suggests, the new iPad models come in a new style that mimics the design of the original iPad.
The two newer models have the same dimensions as the 9.7-inch models and have the new stylus.
Apple has also made the devices thinner, making them 0.37 inches shorter than the 9-inch versions.
The iPad Pro has been around since September and was rumored to be coming out in late September, but the company said in September that it was still working on a launch date.
The company said at its WWDC event that it would start shipping the new iPads in October, which was before the iPad launch, but it is now said to be ready for the holiday shopping season.
AppleInsider’s Brian Krebs said that the new models will be available in both white and black, but he didn’t have a specific price for either.