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Three New iPad Pro Models Rumored To launch In March; iPad Pro 2 Also Rumored To Have AMOLED [VIDEO]

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Apple is rumored to launch three new iPad Pro models in March 2017. The next iPad Pro is also rumored to have an AMOLED panel base.

Rumored three new iPad Pro models

According to MacRumors, they have acquired a research note from Barclays Research analysts Blayne Curtis, Christopher Hemmelgarn, Thomas O'Malley, and Jerry Zhang said that Apple will launch three new iPad Pro models in March. This will include the 9.7 inch and 12.9 inch versions, and a bezel-free 10.9 inch model. It also revealed that the 10.9 inch model will have a borderless design, and it will allow it to be the same physical size as the current generation 9.7 inch iPad Pro, which means it might remove the Home button.

New iPad Pro models to be low cost versions

The research note revealed that the new 9.7 inch iPad Pro will be a low cost model together with the 7.9 inch iPad mini. It also said that Apple will be continuing to produce and sell the iPad mini 4, which was released in Sept. 2015.

New iPad Pro models to have quad microphones

According to the official blog of Mac Otakara, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro will have a True Tone display like the 9.7 inch version. It will use the advanced four channel ambient light sensors to automatically adapt the color and intensity of the display. It also said that the iPad Pro models will have quad microphones, compared to the recent dual setup, and surprisingly it will retain the 3.5mm headphone jack.

iPad Pro 2 to have AMOLED

Fans posted on the official website of Reddit that the iPad Pro 2 is rumored to have an AMOLED panel. He dislikes the idea of an AMOLED panel because it degrades over time. Its brightness and contrast will usually degrade slowly as time passes and it even turns greenish.

Check out the iPad Pro video below:

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