Apple iPad Pro 2: What We Know So Far
iPad Pro 2 expected in March this year and although there are few only about a couple of months to wait, Apple users have a lot of questions such as "will it be more like the second-gen tablet?" or "how will its specs outmatch its predecessors?"
Aside from the abundant questions, there are also plenty of rumors that are associated with the iPad Pro 2. Some of the things to expect with these remarkable upcoming tablet are that the 12.9- inch tablet will have a new A10X processor and several upgrades. It is also anticipated to have ultrathin bezels and a missing home button. Furthermore, the next-gen device is assumed to be launched this March 2017, or else, Apple may have to wait until March or April before releasing another tablet, regardless of its screen size.
Apart from these, several speculations about iPad Pro 2 is that the brand is working on having better support for the Apple Pencil into iOS. The Apple Pencil is an optional stylus that is supposedly intended to work only with the selected apps on iPad Pro devices. This means that Apple might attach the support in case it launches the new 2017 iPads as an iOS 10 update, or else, it will have to wait until iOS 11 update.
Moreover, there will be uncleared improvements such as the possibility of using the optional Apple stylus for stock apps like Messages, Safari, Mail, etc. Plus, it should work with the forthcoming 10.5- inch iPad Pro and would drop only the iPad mini with no Apple Pencil support. In addition, it is expected for the iPad Pro 2 to have a "faster display technology that allows for smoother zooming, panning, and scrolling". (via PC Advisor)
Meanwhile, Pocket-Lint reported that there are reports which claim that the upcoming iPad Pro 2 is built with the same camera as the current iPad Pro 9.7. This means that it can have a 12-megapixel iSIght camera which is capable of shooting a 4K video.
With little to no confirmations, the speculations will no doubt boost over the next day, week or even month. But for now, the best thing to do is hope that the next Apple tablet is indeed, worth waiting.