iPad Pro 2 Latest News: Apple To Debut Three Models 9.7-Inch, 10.5-Inch & 12.9-Inch iPad Pro; Specs, Features & Release Date
The most anticipated Apple's iPad Pro lineup reportedly will be unveiled this year. According to several claims, Apple is about to unveil three models namely the 9.7-inch, the 10.5-inch and the 12.9-inch iPad Pros for 2017.
Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch
According to 9To5Mac, the smallest Apple iPad Pro 2, which is the 9.7-inch model is the low-cost model. This will feature an enhanced skin with True Tone technology. The said technology potentially gives the 9.7-inch model display an automatic fine-tune on its color temperature, which is dependent on the environment.
Furthermore, the 9.7-inch iPad Pro 2 model suggested is speculated to be the counterpart of the 9.7-inch iPad Air because it contains the same A9X processor. The Apple Ipad 9.7-inch model together with the 12.9-inch tablet are expected to release in March or April 2017.
Apple iPad Pro 2 10.5-inch
Meanwhile, the Apple iPad Pro 2 10.5-inch model is speculated to have an almost bezel-less feature on screen with a virtual home button. It is said to have an LCD panel rather than OLED and have the A10X processor with a more powerful battery. Although other features are still unconfirmed, this 10.5-inch model may be pushed to get a release between May and June of 2017.
Apple iPad Pro 2 12.9-inch
The Apple Ipad Pro 12.9-inch device has been speculated to be ready for release as early as this month or next month alongside the 9.7-inch model. As peAccording to Tech Radar, this stunning Apple device will have the widest screen at 12.9-inch, equipped with an Appel Pencil Stylus. It is also expected to have a very impressive processor, and the headset port is not anymore included.
It can be recalled that Apple released the iPad Pro in September of 2015. The span of time is sufficient enough for fans to looking for new features and specs as well as improved performance. It is indeed high time for Apple to unveil and release these highly anticipated devices.