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iPad Pro 2 Release Date, Specs, News: 2017 iPad Pro 2 Specs Will Revolutionize The Look Of Smartphones And Tablets [VIDEO]

2017 is going to be the new era of technology, as tech companies are now gearing up their flagship models packed with new sophisticated features. Apple Inc. is expected to maintain dominance in innovation as the tech giant is rumored to launch three new iPads which includes the iPad Pro 2.

The new iPads of the Cupertino-based tech company are expected to come in different sizes, the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, 12.9-inch iPad Pro 2, and the 9.7-inch iPad. Reports are now suggesting that the new gadgets will revolutionize the look of smartphones and tablets.

One of the three iPads will have a 10.9-inch screen, which is probably the iPad Pro 2 model. The iPad Pro 2 is said have the same features as the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, according to Macotakara.

This could be possible for the reason that Apple is said to shrink the bezel to make it happen. Nevertheless, in order for the tech company to achieve this, Apple needs to make the iPad Pro 2 10.9-inch version a bit thicker compared to the 9.7-inch model. Wherein, the FaceTime camera will be on the top bezel, DigiTimes reported.

iPad Pro 2 is also expected to feature better performance over its predecessors. Even though the storage capacity of the 10.9-inch iPad Pro 2 might just be the same as the recent iPad Pro 9.7 model, a number of tech enthusiasts believe the 10.9-inch iPad Pro 2 could roll out with increased RAM power and upgraded processor, PC Advisor has learned.

That being said, Apple's upcoming iPads will be distributed to various markets to guarantee the availability of its latest products. Rumor has it that the latest iPads are currently in the works, and the devices are most probably already in the final stage of development. Nonetheless, the 2017 iPad Pro is reportedly not coming with OLED panels. 

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