Over a year has passed since the iPad Pro has been released. We agree that the demands are not as high as when the handset was launched, but this doesn’t mean that we have to worry that the iPad Pro 2 will not be presented during the October 27 event.
In concordance with Mac World, the iPad Pro 2 will most likely be released next year, in March. Today we will talk about some of the things which are expected to be found on this device.
According to Tech Radar, the iPad Pro 2 will be lighter and slimmer than the previous handset. Other reports are suggesting that the iPad Pro 2 will be released with the next version of iOS (iOS 11). The device will most likely come with the rumored and powerful A10X processor, which will be backed by 4GB of RAM.
MacRumos says that Ming-Chi Kuo, the well known industry analyst, has predicted a new variant of the upcoming iPads that will be released in 2017. Kuo claims that the new model will come with a 10.5-inch screen which will add more appeal to both business and education users.
We remind you that Apple has decided to remove the 3.5mm standard headphone jack from its iPhone 7. The company is expected to do the same with the upcoming iPad Pro 2, but we’re not sure if many users will be very happy about it. We remind you that a good amount of iPhone fans have decided to stick with the previous iPhone handset just because the new one didn’t have the 3.5mm standard headphone jack. Rumors say that the iPad Pro 2 will also be water and dust resistant.
What are your thoughts about the upcoming iPad Pro 2? Will you purchase the device if it will come without the 3.5mm standard headphone jack?
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