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Oct 10, 2016 12:14 PM EDT

iPad Pro 2 Tablets Debut in Spring?; Apple to Include New Processor, Four Speakers, Headphone Jack [RUMOR]

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When the iPhone 7 was released in September, many Apple fans were hoping to see the refreshed iPad tablets or a new Macbook Pro. However, the tech giant remains mum even when many speculations detailing the tablets swirling around the web.

Apple rumor: iPad Pro 2 to have three variants, differ in sizes and processors

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has accurately predicted iPhone 7's specifications, has also made an analysis on the upcoming iPad Pro tablet. He said that one of the three Pro variants could arrive in a new size, a 10.1-inch tablet that is aimed to cater the commercial industry.

The other two would be the 12.9-inch and 9.7-inch just like the current generation, Bloomberg reported. Kuo has even made an analysis of the tablet's future in 2018 by saying that Pro devices will sport OLED display.

Another source has pointed a similar speculation, stating that there could be three iPad Pro tablets but with a different set of sizes. The newer information has stated that the Pro tablets will be 7.9-inch, 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch in sizes, Makotakara reported.

While many sources predict that the upcoming iteration is likely to get a smoother display technology and a much-improved Apple Pencil, Makotakara brings more details with the tablet's specifications by saying that the three will sport a 12MP iSight camera, True Tone display and flash, four speakers and Smart Connector. What is even more interesting is the headphone jack that will likely be present in the upcoming Pro tablets. The new computing power will also be upgraded as Apple plans to plant A10X chip in the tablet.

Apple rumor: iPad Pro 2 release date in 2017

The new iPad Pro tablets are not expected until next year. The report suggests that Apple might be preparing to introduce the iPad Pro tablets in spring.

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