It has been now two months since the launch of Microsoft’s Surface Pro. Currently, all models of this new product of Microsoft are available in the market. However the rumor is that Apple wants to confront Microsoft in the market by releasing a 12-inch iPad Pro. From trusted source it has been found that Apple will launch a much bigger tablet than the usual one.
The features of this bigger tablet are quite imposing which would probably be: –
- 2 inch display
- 2-in-1 Hybrid tablet notebook
- Detachable keyboard
- Much slimmer than the previous iPad Air
- Experience the enhanced quality audio as speakers and microphones are integrated on its edges
- Intel Core M
- The iSight, Lightning connector and Touch-ID sensor in the LCD panel
Style and Modification:
According to the speculation, this model of Apple iPad is a 2-in-1 hybrid notebook in the tablet categories. But the specialty of it will be the convertible style and detachable keyboard. Due to all the above similar features it seems iPad Pro will be much alike Microsoft Surface Pro 3 excluding the display of 12.9-inches. The speakers as well as microphones of this iPad will be positioned precisely i.e. integrated on the topmost and bottommost part. By this you can experience plus relish enhanced quality audio.
Coming to the measurement part, it is being said that iPad Pro will be probably thicker than the previous model iPad Air 2 but undoubtedly thinner than iPad Air. Besides this, iPad Pro will have the Core M processor of Intel like other products of Apple. The main stream manufacture of this Mac Device was fixed to start in previous December but was carried over due to the awesome and exciting demand of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
If there is any fact in these speculations then, iPad Pro is coming to the market nearly in September next year.
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