Apple iPad Pro 2:Specs, Features And Release Date

Apple is reportedly planning to show off four new iPad models sometime this month. It is also speculated that the highly anticipated iPad Pro 2 is already scheduled for released. However, Apple has no official word yet to confirm the reports.

According to a source, recent leaks suggest that the upcoming iPad Pro may feature a magnetic Apple Pencil. The updated accessory is expected to attach magnetically to an iPad, like the Smart Cover. Interestingly, the Apple Pencil 2 is said to come equipped with a pen clip for safe placement in a pocket. Not much is known about it yet but Apple fans are nonetheless excited to see the new enhancements. Some reports also suggested that the Apple iPad Pro 2 will come in three screen sizes with a True Tone display with a fingerprint scanner built into the screen. We'll expect, a bigger battery, impressive camera features and speedy processors from the Apple iPad Pro 2.

Specs We might See On The iPad Pro 2:

iPad Pro 2 is set to come significantly with a thinner bezel and up to four new models. A variety of sizes including 7.9-inch, 12.9-inch, and a 10.5-inch or 10.9-inch. It comes with a new magnetic Apple Pencil, smart connector, and four speakers powered by an A10X processor. Furthermore, the latest device will sport an impressive 12-megapixel iSight camera with True Tone Flash and True Tone displays and 3.5mm headphone jack.

iPad Pro 2: Possible Release Date And Price

If ever the Apple iPad Pro 2 will be released this year, there could be a great possibility of a stiff market competition. The reason is that the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 tablet is also expected this year. Tech enthusiasts will find it hard to choose between the two tablets from two of the biggest leading manufacturers. Rumors rounding up the internet claim that March 2017 is the earliest we'll see it or iPad Pro 2 slips into the summer and to come at a lower-priced ($299) entry-level model.


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