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May 22, 2017 07:23 AM EDT

iPad Pro 2 Mass-Manufacturing Started Back In March Or April, With An Estimated 500,000 Being Produced Per Month [VIDEO]


Apple Inc. reportedly is geared up to roll out the highly anticipated iPad Pro 2 next month. According to several independent reports from several different media outlets with good track records, tech fans will soon see a brand new addition to the iPad line-up. The mass-manufacturing of the iPad Pro 2 started back in March or April, with an estimated 500,000 units being manufactured every month.

Taiwanese manufacturers are ramping up for the launch of Apple's iPad Pro 2 10.5-inch variant. Reports are claiming that the production is already underway in Taiwan for the iPad Pro 2 10.5-inch model, which is tipped to roll out in the next quarter.

iPad Pro 2's mass-manufacturing started back in March or April, with an estimated of 500,000 units being produced every month. It has been said that the tech giant is planning to increase the production output to 600,000 units in July. The tech company also plans to produce five million iPad Pro 10.5-inch units before 2017 ends, Channel News reported.

Nonetheless, several tech experts are claiming that it is ideal for the Cupertino based tech titan to release the iPad Pro 2 10.5-inch model around October, to avoid spoiling iPhone 8's design with an edge-to-to-edge OLED display. Apple is said to announce the iPhone 8 in September 2017. But, some tech analysts believe that there is a stronger chance that the tech giant will unveil the 10.5-inch iPad Pro 2 at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2017 event next month.

In spite of that, the iPad Pro 2 is said to feature a nice big 10.5-inch display with much smaller bezels than any previous version. The screen of the upcoming iPad Pro 2 will most likely extend to all four edges. The iPad Pro 2 10.5-inch variant will also come along with a Touch ID scanner embedded in the screen, Mac Rumors reported.

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