iPad Pro 2 Latest News: Low-Cost iPad Pro 2 To Roll Out Three Months After Its March Reveal [VIDEO]By Tyrone Smith
Despite claims of Apple's iPad Pro 2 will be revealed next month, reports of delays are mounting up on the internet as the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2017) event draws near. It has been said that the highly anticipated iPad Pro 2 will roll out three months after its March reveal.
The Cupertino based tech giant is expected to release the latest iPad Pro shortly after the gadget is revealed next month, which might affect the first-quarter sales of a number of retail outlets. Various companies anticipated the iPad Pro 2 delay could make them lose 10 percent revenue, but will be on the mend afterwards due to the follow-up orders for the device, according to DigiTimes. Nonetheless, iPad Pro 2 details are still scarce, but the 12.9-inch variant will most likely come along with small tweaks, while the iPad Pro 2's other variants will have significant new features, such as the upgrade to the A10X processor chipset.
Nevertheless, a display expert and president of DisplayMate Technologies, Raymond Soneira, made it known that the 9.7-inch iPad Pro may be available for only $300. This iPad Pro variant would come in under the current iPad Air 2 that is up for grabs at $400. Meanwhile, the price of the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro is still unclear, Forbes reported.
In spite of that, the iPad Pro 2 is said to come along with True Tone display, 12MP rear camera, True Tone flash, four speakers and an updated Apple Pencil. Other rumored iPad Pro 2 specs claimed that the upcoming Apple device will feature ultra-thin bezel as well as a larger display. The iPad Pro 2 is expected to roll out with a RAM higher than 4GB. Tech fans also want the internal storage of the iPad Pro 2 that is at least 512GB and the device will have a better battery life.
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