Ipad Pro 2 release date leaked
- Author: Delia Davidson May 13, 2017,
May 13, 2017, 1:21
It's been heavily rumored that we'll see a 10.5-inch iPad Pro 2 join the expected 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch sizes, and a leaked screenshot suggests that not only does such a slate exist, but that it's nearly here. Although, the 9.7 inch iPad launched in March.
The leaked availability of the 2017 iPad Pro 2 confirms the previous reports about the release date of the device.
It could also mean that the A10X chip, which is based on a 10nm process rather than 14nm for the A9X, is available in large quantities.
Apple's been rumored to release a 10.5-inch iPad Pro to possibly replace the current 9.7-inch iPad Pro for over a year. It would be odd it if weren't: a redesign, a new screen and a new, powerful processor are a recipe for a tablet that can run multiple apps at once, will work with the Apple Pencil and have an optional keyboard.
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Apple had previously been rumored to drop the iconic home button, a feature of the iPhone ever since Steve Jobs unveiled the first handset in 2007.
And Apple is holding WWDC in June from 5-9th, so there is a tiny chance that it might use the keynote to announce the tablet and - you'd imagine - explain why the world needs another screen size that's so close to the 9.7in model. Now the thing is, Apple is yet to release a 10.5-inch variant of its high-end tablet. Experts on the Apple-o-sphere suggest it's highly unlikely that the feature will also debut on iPad, for the foreseeable future, given that Apple has been having trouble implementing a Touch ID solution. A new rumor is making the rounds that suggests that Apple will be launching an new iPad Pro tablet in June at its annual WWDC reports BGR.
However, the Microsoft tablet runs a full version of Windows 10, which is always powerful than Apple's mobile-friendly iOS platform. The 2017 iPad Pro 2 will also feature a TrueTone screen that is set at up to 120 Hz and smart keyboard. It's possible, but until then we'll have to wait and see what's in store for us.