Apple News & Update: iPad Pro 2 With 10.5 Inch Screen To Come Out In April

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Mar 17, 2017 11:20 AM EDT

Tech experts have been waiting long for the release of three latest iPads. One of these would be the 9.7 inch iPad that might replace the iPad Air 2 as well as two iPad Pros. The screen size of these would be 10.5 inches to 12.9 inches.

According to PC Advisor, experts are looking forward to Apple Spring launch and the rumor mill is in its overdrive. Interestingly, the tech giant sends out invites to the press around 10 to 14 days prior to the event. This has given hope to the experts that there might be something around March 27 or March 28.

However, other news suggests that there might be an iPad Pro 2 release sometime around early April. Several reports suggest there might be a special iPad launch in Apple HQ on April 4, 2017. But again, there are other reports that suggest there won't be any event at all.

It is expected that the latest iPad Pro 2 would be available on Apple's website ready for pre-order. Since there are too many rumors surrounding the latest iPad, it seems most of these would be untrue. The latest iPad is expected to be a 12.9-inch tablet.

The iPad Pro 2 would be lighter and thinner than the other models. It would be water resistant and would also have TrueTone Screen like iPad Pro. The tablet would also be compatible with second generation Apple Pencil, have A10X processor along with upgraded cameras.

Coming to the release date, tech geeks expected iPad Pro 2 to launch in September 2016. However, it didn't release as expected. Interestingly, a Japanese site has reported that it might launch in March. Again, MacRumors has reported the Taiwanese Digi Times has claimed that Apple might launch the 10.5 inch iPad sometime in April.

The 12.9-inch screen iPad would have a makeover, but the 10.5 inch iPad Pro 2 would have a bezel-free display. Till now, there is no leaked image showing the sides or rear of the device. But buyers surely need to wait to see what Apple offers this time.

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