I thought the Ipad Pro 12.9 Inch (2017) display had a high color gamut and better contrast. I was expecting an extremely good display. It's ok, but not great. Are there different manufacturers of the panels? LG? Samsung? It seems to be a panel lottery again. Maybe there are Ipad pro's 12.7" 2017 with really good panels? My Other Displays I own many high-quality displays/monitors: 2 Professional 4K Samsung LCD wide gamut (UD970), a well calibrated LG OLED TV (2016), Samsung OLED Tablet (2016) and an LG 4K Wide gamut display. I also have an old Ipad 3. I calibrate my displays with an i1 Display pro Colorimeter. I work as a graphic designer/3d artist. Ipad 2017 12.9: Color Saturation: The Apple display is nowhere near the quality that I was expecting based on all the reviews. Colors seem just marginally more saturated than my old Ipad 3 and contrast about the same (or maybe marginally better). All my other displays have vastly better color reproduction and saturation. I know some will argue that too saturated colors are wrong, but I still think the Ipad 12.9 2017 model has bland color reproduction at best. Ipad 2017 12.9: Slight Yellow Tint: The Ipad Pro also has a slight yellow tint compared to my other monitors and old Ipad. Turning on Automatic tone adjustment makes this far worse. (I turned all options off) Ipad 2017 12.9: Gamma The Gamma/Black levels/Contrast of the Ipad 2017 model seems a bit low. I was expecting very high contrast (at least as good as my LCD Samsung displays and LG LCD Monitor). Of course, OLED displays will always have better contrast. But the contrast of this new iPad, while not horrible, it's also not great for such a high-end device.