New iPad Pro Models To Sport A 10-Inch Screen Size
Apple is definitely betting a lot on its tablets units, since it has been known that the new iPad Pro high-end models will have sport a screen size of 10 or 10.5-inch, which is a clever move in order to offer the customer a smaller iPad than the 12.9-inch screen size, given the fact that many users prefer this kind of device in small versions.
The New iPad Pro Would Have Different Models
According to Wccftech, a new report from Apple´s analyst Ming-Chi Kuo this new iPad Pro would be equipped with a narrow bezel design, in order to make it extremely attractive for the customers, given the fact that tablets have decreased its popularity in the last months, in the detriment of laptops or desktops. On the other hand, there will be a low-priced option for the new iPad Pro, and Kuo report suggests that it could be a 9.7-inch screen size model.
Also, the report explained that these new iPad Pro series could be highly beneficial for the Cupertino company since it´s expected that the demands from commercial and tender markets help to raise the shipments, which was a concerning situation for Apple in 2016. In fact, the low-priced 9.7 model could actually have the greater shipment contribution for the company since some analysis suggest that it could actually account for almost a 60 percent of total shipments of the new iPad Pro units.
The New iPad Pro Could Resurrect Apple´s Tablets Popularity
As reported by Mac Rumors, Kuo´s last August expectations from the Apple´s mid-size model of the new iPad Pro was a more definite 10.5-inches, which makes this new report something surprising considering that it was already considered as a fact that the Cupertino company will use this size. Nevertheless, this year is expected to be the resurrection of Apple´s tablet with the new iPad Pro, and everyone expects the best specs and features from a product that innovated the tech market some years ago.
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