The new iPad Pro is just the latest in a long line of iPads with built-in security keys that users can access via their Apple ID.
But the security key that lets you turn on a security feature on a device that’s connected to the Internet is different.
While the iPad Pro has a single key for enabling Wi-Fi hotspot access, you can add two more keys to your device for adding the ability to use a VPN connection.
The keys are the same size as the one you’ll find on most laptops, and are used to unlock and encrypt the iPad.
The iPad has built-ins for the Apple ID, so the only way to add a third key to the device is to go to Settings, Security, and Security Keys and choose a new key for the iPad’s password.
The new iOS 9.4.1 update is now available to download on the iOS App Store, so you’ll be able to add the security keys to the iPad on the new iOS device once the update has gone live.
To enable this feature, you’ll need to turn on Wi-FI access on the iPad by using your Apple ID password.
This is where you’ll see a new section on the left of the Security menu, and you can now choose to add an additional security key to your iPad by right-clicking on the Security key icon and selecting Add Security Key.
This new option is not required to use the security code that Apple has given you, but it’s nice to have it on hand to make sure you’re using it.
The iOS 9 update also brings a number of improvements to the Apple Watch.
For one, the watch app now shows the time in real time.
You can also add an alarm to the watch by hitting the button on the bottom right of the watch face and selecting the Applewatch app.
This makes it much easier to quickly wake the watch from sleep.
And there’s a new watchface called Watch Face 2 that makes it easy to see your activity and watch history.
Finally, Apple Watch support is being extended to third-party apps.
The company has added support for several third-parties, including Fitbit, Jawbone, and Pebble.
Apple Watch users will now be able add third-Parties to their watch faces in a similar way to how they add third party apps to iOS.