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Jul 12, 2016 10:07 PM EDT

Apple to Equip Rumored iPad Pro 2 with A10X Chip; Release Date Pushed to 2017?

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Apple iPad Pro 2 will have several upgrades and here's an insight before release date 

iPad Pro 2 specs that boost performance - A10X chip will be included?

iPad Pro 2 is rumored to have some upgrades from the original version but the storage will likely to have similar capacity to the previous one, 256 GB. On the display, iPad Pro 2 specs might feature True Tone for more vivid colors; and Retina Flash and iSight technology for its 12 MP rear camera. iPad Pro 2 will likely have more color options including Rose Gold.

iPad Pro 2 rumor: better specs for better user experience

iPad Pro is meant for business purpose and for this, the second generation might come with better typing experience and longer battery life. 

A rumor hints on the newly crafted chipset set to be produced later this year. Motley Fool speculated that A10X made by Taiwan Semiconductor might power iPad Pro 2 variants.

Apple iPad Pro 2 release date is in 2017

Speculations on iPad Pro 2 release date hint on next year's launch. An interview with Taiwan's semiconductor manufacturer obtained a clue to the next iPad Pro - stating that the tech titan delays the iPad Pro 2 release till 2017. Motley Fool who wrote on the iPad Pro 2 speculation explained that mass production for 10 nanometer chip will be done at the end of 2016 - meaning, iPad Pro 2 won't come out to the surface soon, at least not this year. The semiconductor company was also the manufacturer of A9X chip.  

Apple iPad Pro 2 release date in 2017?

The first generation of iPad Pro was launched in 2015 with huge screen of 12.9 inch and the smaller variant, 9.7 inch, arrived earlier this year. And since Apple is fond of refreshing some iPad devices every two years, it could also mean that the iPad Pro 2 will be revealed in early 2017, Inquistr reported.

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