When you buy an iPad Pro, you can expect a lot of customization.
But Apple doesn’t just give you the choice of a 12.9-inch screen and a Retina display.
The company also gives you options for your own personalization.
For starters, you have the ability to customize the color of the display, which is made possible by the new display-specific color-scheme.
If you have a blue or white iPad Pro with Retina, you get a blue version of the screen, and if you have blue and white iPads with Retinas, you’ll get a white version of your display.
If you’re looking to get the best screen for the most money, there are two options for you to consider.
You can choose between the “sRGB” or “cyan” color gamut.
If your screen is more “saturated” in color, you may prefer the “cyano” color mode.
If the color you’re after is not as saturated as your “saturation” settings, you might prefer the gamma-adjustable gamma mode.
If there’s one thing Apple doesn