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New iPad Pro Models Being Announced This Month, Indicate Several Sources

20 March 2017, 06:45 | Kevin Scott

For all of you waiting eagerly for Apple iPad Pro 2 release date, specs, price and other updates, there is good news in store as the Cupertino tech giant is expected to unveil the device as early as next week. The expected launch date for its new iPad lineup is however stuck between two possible timeframes.

Even if Apple's low-priced 9.7-inch iPad does not get released with the latest specs, there is a good chance that the device would manage to get the attention of consumers nonetheless.

With the lack of any official announcements from Apple regarding the next-generation iPad Pro's release, there is still no specific release window that has been pinpointed.

Such as strategy has not been done by Apple since the first iteration of the tablet itself was launched back in 2010.

The thickness of the 9.7-inch iPad Pro might be maintained in order to cram in a sufficiently large battery for a near-10-inch slate. With Apple Park scheduled to inaugurate in April this year, same Apple blog suggests that the tech firm will launch its new iPad lineup in the 1,000-seat Steve Jobs Theatre which is situated on the new Apple Park campus known as 'Spaceship'. Many users are not happy with the recent upgradation of the 9.7 inch device by Apple because it only includes minor updates.

The iPad Pro 2017 will be allegedly launched with a low-priced model and a 10.5-inch model. This design could foreshadow the rumored 5.8-inch iPhone.

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Given that the current 9.7-inch iPad Pro retails for $599, and the iPad Air 2 retails for $399, the new model could theoretically fall somewhere in between them, from a price standpoint. Apple will be having an event on April 4, 2017, and many believe that by that time, the public will finally see the new iPad Mini.

Sources said that the 10.5-inch iPad will target education and business sectors.

Based on the supply chain data, while the 9.7-inch iPad Pro is expected to be announced next week.

The Logitech Create case also has a holder for the Apple Pencil, built-in iOS shortcuts, and a sturdy cover, to keep your iPad safe.

It was previously reported that the new 9.7-inch version might feature the same specification as the ongoing model, with the exception of the A10X CPU, upgraded from the A10 chip that is found in the iPhone 7.



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