A lot of customers all had their eyes on Apple's iPhone 7 and Apple Watch Series 2. However, the latest iPad models didn't make it. Is this a sign of the tablet getting left out in the fray, or will Apple bring us something more?
According to reports from earlier last week, Apple didn't unveil anything new in the iPad line of products in the last Apple event. Rather, the company made some changes and improvements with the storage capacities for the current iPad models, multiplying the size without increasing the price.
While there's no real confirmation whether the iPad Air 3 has been cancelled, several clues and speculations point to the likelihood of a brand new line of iPad tablets being unveiled instead. One such reason could point to an Apple Insider report about the company focusing on the iPad Pro line for the meantime.
The MacBook Air 2016 also didn't get revealed at the last Apple event, showing a delay in release instead of having its product line getting scrapped altogether. The same might be said for the iPad Air, particularly the iPad Air 3.
While there aren't any indication regarding the specs of the iPad Air 3, rumor has it that it will be powered by an A10 or A10X processor, which leverages it from the current iPad Air model. Anything beyond that could still be taken with a grain of salt, given that zero clues had been given regarding the tablet or let alone its very existence.
All of these happenings just simply demonstrates some possible and feasible specs that the next iPad Air 3 may have once released, though it would be worth noting that this is an there is still yet any official statement regarding the final specs of the Air 3. Everything remains to be seen.
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