Apple launches two more iPad Pro ads ahead of rumored refresh

  • Apple launches two more iPad Pro ads ahead of rumored refresh

Apple launches two more iPad Pro ads ahead of rumored refresh

The absence of 3.5 mm jack in Apple iPad Pro 2 is already accepted.

Thus, with the iPad Pro 2, it would be best for Apple to ensure that the device is released with accessories that are just as good as its specs. However, it was also reported that at least one tablet would be unveiled this month.

The original iPad Pro was given a $399 entry level price and now, fans expect a cheaper or more affordable entry level for the new iPad Pro 2. In addition, it is said that iPad Pro 2 would have enhanced and smoother navigation as well as A9x chipset.

Reports in TechRadar state there is no exact news regarding the pricing yet.

Other rumours have suggested the possibility of a 7.9-inch iPad Pro Mini, although that seems unlikely.

Sande points out the scarce availability of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro model on the Apple website. The digital stylus pen will be improved and enhanced upon its release in 2017. According to various reports we've seen over the past few months, Apple has plans to release three brand new iPad models in 2017, including a refreshed 9.7-inch iPad model, a revamped 12.9-inch iPad Pro, and a completely new 10.5-inch iPad that will reportedly feature an edgeless display. This is opposing to previous reports of earlier dates. Apps that are comparable in features to those found in macOS must be made available to the iPad Pro 2, allowing users of the device to perform intricate tasks that were previously only possible on a laptop computer. These suppliers allegedly got very low first quarter financial results for this year and are pressuring Apple to hasten the launch.

Tech Radar notes that the iPad Pro 2 is rumored to launch alongside the IOS 10.3. However, the resolution of the displays, especially the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, is the same as the resolution that debuted in the iPad 3 nearly five years ago, according to a TechRadar report. The iPad Air 2 was released at the end of 2014, so many predict that it badly needs a much newer version.