Apple's tablet hybrid, the iPad Pro 2, is coming. As such, a lot of companies have taken to the trend by creating tablets with custom keyboard attachments. As one of the biggest tech companies in the world, Apple is not letting itself get left behind. In fact, a recent advertisement of Apple's upcoming iPad Pro particularly cashes in on this trend.
In the ad, Apple asks the question, "What is a computer?" And as Fortune notes, the company then describes the different specs of its iPad Pro, which can work with a keyboard-cover. The narrator boasts that the keyboard can get away easily, thus presenting the gadget as just a tablet. Yet, when the keyboard is in use, the screen still responds to touch, and can even be written on. Apple then asks, "When you see a computer that can do all that, it might just make you wonder, 'Hey, what else could it do?'"
Computer World has the answer to this question, with a list of the most probable specs and features of the upcoming iPad Pro 2.
The iPad Pro 2 is expected to pack quite a bunch, as it is expected to come with the new A10 chip. The A10 chip, which is also estimated to come in the iPhone 7, will be quicker and even more powerful than the processors that the iPhone 6s is running on. Despite this increase in power, the new device is still expected to be thinner than the existing one on the market.
In addition, there will be an increase in internal storage, as well as RAM. The minimum internal storage may be bumped up to 32GB.
The iPad Pro 2 is expected to arrive sometime in October or November, particularly because the iPhone 7 and Apple Watch are expected to arrive first. However, the hybrid device begs to ask the question of whether or not the gadget will run on MacOS, or iOS.