Dec 14, 2016 02:11 AM EST
iPad Pro 2 Release Date, Rumors: Ultra-Speed 6GB RAM, 256GB Storage, Powerful A10X Fusion Chipset – Apple’s Best Device Ever [VIDEO]
With much anticipation, loyal fans of iPad Pro 2 is patiently waiting for the newest tablet's launching where rumors suggest fall in March 2017. But before anything else, let's see how Apple put up the pieces to come up with the best device ever. Read more details here!
Apple iPad Pro 2 Release Date
It can be recalled that iPad Pro was well-received by the netizens since its launching, thus, compelled Apple to take the experience to the next level by coming off with an iPad Pro 2 but with no definite release date. However, according to Value Walk, since the first iPad Pro was released back in March 2016, iPad Pro 2 is also likely to be released in March 2017.
Apple iPad Pro 2 Rumored Specs
If rumors are to be true, iPad Pro 2 is said to be designed to compete with laptops and PC. For this matter, iPad Pro 2 will be equipped with 6GB of RAM coupled with 256B of internal storage capacity and will be powered by A10X Fusion chipset for ultra-speed performance.
iPad Pro 2 is expected to be faster and more reliable compared to its predecessor, the iPad Pro with lower specs such as 4GB of RAM and powered by A9X Fusion chipset. On the other hand, iPad Pro 2 is also said to compete with the next generation 2-in-1 PC tablet of Microsoft, the Surface Pro 2.
Apple iPad Pro 2 Rumored Features
When it comes to physical design, iPad Pro 2 is said to sport a bezel-less screen and lacks the physical Home Button following the trend of iPhone 7. According to a Japanese site Macotakara, this would mean a larger screen size for iPad Pro 2 but the FaceTime camera will remain on the top-bezel while the rest of the stuff below will be fully eliminated.
Apple iPad Pro 2 Rumored Price
There is no verified information regarding the price of Apple iPad Pro 2. However, if the pricing would be based on the device's predecessor, the 9.7-inch model will cost $599 and $799 for the 12-inch model according to Tech Radar.