Forget iPad Pro 2, Current Pros Still Have Plenty To Offer

Mar 08, 2017, 00:26
Forget iPad Pro 2, Current Pros Still Have Plenty To Offer

Pricing for the iPad Pro 2 has not been confirmed either, but considering Apple's penchant for placing premium prices on its devices, rumors are high that the powerhouse tablet would start at $799 for the entry-level 12.9-inch version and $599 for the entry-level 9.7-inch model. Speaking of iPads, reports show that people are more attracted than ever in buying a new iPad, as it offers portability that is unmatched. The new iPad could be christened the iPad Pro 2 and will target the business and education segments.

Apple is expected to come up with a new refreshed iPad range in less than a month from now, with the possibility of a whole new iPad model to be introduced together with revamped models of the current line-up. However, there is no official word regarding the removal of the bottom bezel. Or if the home button is done away with, as is being speculated, there will be even thinner bezel along the bottom.

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Apple has recently uploaded several iPad Pro-focused videos to its YouTube channel. Though the manufacturer has yet to officially confirm the release of the tablet, fans are expecting to get their hands on the newest Pro model.

iPad Pro 2 is highly anticipated to be released in 2017. However, the resolution of the displays, especially the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, is the same as the resolution that debuted in the iPad 3 nearly five years ago, according to a TechRadar report. A new stylus called Apple Pencil 2 is expected to be accompanied with a magnetic strip which will remain attached to Apple iPad Pro 2. Furthermore, the latest device will sport an impressive 12-megapixel iSight camera with True Tone Flash and True Tone displays and 3.5mm headphone jack. So far, the cheapest iPad model has been the iPad Air 2 that costs $399. Still, the report made no mention of the iPad mini 5. Now, the tech giant shared two new Twitter-based video ads of the iPad Pro 2 that highlights the Apple Pencil, built-in camera, as well as the recording functions.