Is Apple about to introduce new iPads?
The news initially came from an Apple supplier who said that Cupertino wasn’t placing any orders on the MacBook Air anymore. The report also claimed Apple will the launch the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in a red colour option, which could be part of (PRODUCT) RED.
Apple is planning to unveil its rumored 10.5-inch iPad Pro at an event set to be held in early April to “mark the inauguration” of its Apple Park campus, reports Taiwanese site DigiTimes citing supply chain sources. That note indicated Apple planned to update the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, introduce a new model with a screen size somewhere between 10 and 10.5 inches, and debut a low-cost 9.7 inch version of the tablet in spring 2017.
The anonymous analysts haven’t offered any details about what we can expect from next week’s unveiling, but previous rumours have pointed to the unveiling of 7.9in, 9.7in, 10.5in, and 12.9in iPad Pro models.
Tech-heads can’t wait any longer for for Apple to give some information (specifications design, features and so on) about their soon to be released iPad Mini 5 – also known as iPad Pro Mini – or iPad Pro 2.
Other than the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, which is said to debut with thinner bezels and an nearly edge-to-edge display screen, the event will also see the usual 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro versions refreshed. One of the biggest changes we’ll likely see with the new tablets are slimmer bezels. As per the Apple World Today, the company made it clear the spring event in March and iPad event will not going to intersect as both the events are focusing different products and different technologies.
The larger iPad model is also expected to gain the 12-megapixel rear camera and True Tone flash from the smaller model. Apple fans are still waiting for the final confimed time as to when will the tablet arrive officially.
Apple has been contacted for comment concerning the delay of the launch of the trio of new iPads, but is yet to respond.