iPad Pro 2 Update: Faster Than PC, Three Screen Versions Available! [VIDEO]By G. Sal, UniversityHerald Reporter
iPad Pro 2 is speculated to come with an all new 10.5-inch screen. Alternatively, a market analyst claimed that the iPad Pro 2 will also be sold in 12.9 and 9.7 inches variants. Moreover, the device is rumored to be powered by the A10x chip that would make the device up to 80 percent faster than the PC.
Previously, KGI Securities analyst Migh-Chi Kuo has given his prediction that the highly-anticipated device would be rolling out in three versions. Kuo said that the iPad Pro 2 would be coming in three different sizes (12.9in, 9.7in and 10.5in). The latter, he claims is expected to boost better sales in both commercial and educational markets, The Guardian reported.
The iPad Pro 2's predecessor was previously claimed to have the thinnest and lightest screen of the time with 12.9in and 9.7in variants. However, one particular iPad Pro user went to public to voice out his concerns regarding the device's screen feature. He had bought the device with an extra screen-protecting layer but later found a large crack on the screen. Interestingly, the AppleCare staff immediately denied the possibility of a manufacturing defect leading the complainant, Jonathan Hassid demanding cash for the repair.
Meanwhile, Kuo also said that the device would boast an A10x processor, FXNewsCall reported. Apparently, the upcoming device would be power-packed, running on at least 80 percent faster power than the PC. Apple is also said to upgrade the device's battery to last up to 10 hours.
The iPad Pro 2 is also said to feature four speakers as well as a True Tone display. In addition, the device may also roll out with a more-advanced Apple Pencil that will have multiple apps included. However, it is said that the device may still come out with the 3.5mm headphone jack. Watch video about Apple iPad Pro 2 leaked features here: