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Apple Launch Schedule: iPad Pro Rumors; OLED iPhone X, New MacBook & iMac – Most Evolved Apple Devices of 2017!

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Apple Inc. naturally updates its signature devices each year. But 2017 Launch Schedule for iPhone 8, New iPad, MacBook, and iMac could bring shed more light on the future with most evolved devices the company will produce yet. Apple kicks off its 2017 promo with a rumor about the upcoming iPad Pro range between 9.7-inch to 12.7-inch!

9.7-Inch iPad Pro Leak

There might be no photos available to show the upcoming new iPad, but reports strongly suggest that it could come this 2017 since the last iPad Air 2 had debuted in late 2014. iPad Air 3 rumors naturally heat up last 2015 but new iPad did not happen up until this day.

Apparently, MacRumors still considers the possible of iPad Pro ranging between 9.7-inch to 12.7-inch launch on January 2017. The new Apple iPad could feature a four-speaker setup and rear camera flash that also sports a Smart Connector and Apple Pencil support.

iPhone X

The new generation iPhone units are expected to arrive with iPhone X series. These iPhone series is also dubbed as the iPhone 7s and iPhone 8 which will be Apple's tenth-year anniversary offering. This could be the first iPhone with no physical home button as it sports an all-glass edge-to-edge display with, a first of a kind, virtual home button.

According to the Fortune, another report suggests that the new iPhone will sport an OLED display that is more power efficient and shows better images than traditional LCD displays.

New iMac and MacBooks

A revamp also awaits the MacBooks and iMacs in 2017. The USB Type-C connectors and improved graphics chip will be integrated into these devices. Since Apple Company is stepping up its game to overshadow its newfound rival, Surface Studio's all-in-one PC.

Augmented Reality (AR)

Apple CEO Tim Cook expressed his interest on AR last September. The Apple exec dumps the VR Bandwagon route but prefers to venture in AR world. Apple's entry into the AR world is now taking its first steps through Pokemon GO on Apple Watch.

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