Hi guys, After putting a screen protector on my iPad pro the other day I immideately noticed the screen ignoring some of my inputs (mostly soft touches or touches with sides of my fingers that have callus). Thinking this was the fault of the screen protector, I took it off. I did test the screen a little bit however and I found that without the screen protector it was better, but the screen was still ignoring some of my inputs. This is something I have never experienced on my iPhone and I tried it on an iPad Air 2 (which is known to have a touch screen that is a little less sensitive to touch than the other iDevices) and while it was worse on the Air than on the iPhone, it's nowhere near as pronounced as on the Pro. I've tried this on two iPad pro's and both behave exactly the same, so I don't think this has anything to do with my unit. Now there are two possibilities as to why this is would happen. 1) As with the iPad Air 2, apple has decreased the polling rate of the screen to save battery life. 2) There was a video that demonstrated that the iPad Pro has a system wide palm rejection built in, without even using the pencil. This palm rejection might be built to reject more touches than the other iPads do. What are you guys' thoughts? Has anyone even noticed this? I usually use my devices with screen protectors but to me (and this might be somewhat due to my fingers having more callous than average, but still) this is really pronounced and makes using the iPad kind of tiring and annoying.