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May 26, 2017 08:53 AM EDT

10.5-Inch iPad Pro News: Leaks Showcase Actual Look Of 10.5-Inch iPad Pro [VIDEO]


A known leaker has shared images of a supposed mockup of Apple's 10.5-inch iPad Pro, giving tech enthusiasts something concrete to look forward to. The tech giant has yet to unveil the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, but famous leaker Benjamin Geskin claims he got hold of the upcoming device and allowed Geskin to showcase what the actual Apple iPad Pro looks like.

Although no renders were created by Geskin, but the leaker was supposedly given the same iPad Pro mockup provided by the Cupertino based tech giant to companies making cases for the upcoming tablet. In Geskin's tweet, he claimed that the model in the photo is the actual device received by the case manufacturers. Geskin also made it known that Apple's 10.5-inch iPad Pro has been already in mass production.

Nonetheless, based on the mockup Geskin received, reports are claiming that Geskin did create his own renders. Geskin is also the one responsible for leaking iPad Pro's case covers. The leak actually showcased the cases for the upcoming 10.5-inch iPad Pro as well as the 12.9-inch iPad Pro version, BGR reported.

The new iPad Pro images align with all of the port cutouts revealed that the device will have a four speakers, a camera with vertically-aligned flash, a Smart Connector, a Lightning port and a side volume rocker. The iPad Pro images also made it known that the microphone slot will be located at the top rear of the device. The new images confirmed that microphone slot is designed for the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, Mac Rumors reported.

Furthermore, Apple's new 10.5-inch iPad Pro is said to have slimmer bezels. The Apple 10.5-inch iPad Pro is expected to have a True Tone display, iOS 11 operating system and a Magnetic Apple Pencil.

The 10.5-inch iPad Pro is also said to come with the A10X processor. Tech fans and experts are anticipating that the iPad Pro 2 could have a price tag around $300 to $330.

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