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May 30, 2017 10:04 PM EDT

iPad Pro 2 Rolling Out In Less Than Two Weeks, Apple Forced To Release The iPad Pro 2 [VIDEO]


Apple's iPad Pro took the tech universe by storm when it rolled out more than a year ago. Based on the computer-assisted drawings and leaked photos in the torrent, the Apple iPad Pro 2 will arrive in less than two weeks.

The computer-assisted drawings and leaked photos in the torrent showed that the Apple iPad Pro 2 is coming in less than two weeks. Also, Twitter leaks and supply chain analyst continue to insist that the tech giant will be forced to unleash the iPad Pro 2, though the tech company had just rolled out an affordable iPad two months ago, CNET reported.

The release date of the Apple iPad Pro 2 intensified after case manufacturer Urban Armor Gear features a product dubbed as UAG Metropolis Folio Case, a product which is meant for the 10.5-inch iPad Pro 2 version. The 10.5-inch iPad Pro 2 variant is expected to arrive in three color combinations. The upcoming iOS tablet is expected to be available in the market in June 2017.

The iPad Pro 2 is expected to be sleek and thin, with slimmer bezel, and comes along with a waterproof feature. But, the iPad Pro 2 is said to ditch the headphone jack, News 4C reported.

In terms of the iPad Pro 2 price, the tech giant hasn't pitched in any official statement on the price of the device. Nevertheless, the iPad Pro 2 will most likely be expensive, but the tablet will be well worth it.

Furthermore, the processor of the iPad Pro 2 will be A10 Fusion chip's modified version. Apple's upcoming device is expected to come along with an iOS 11, four speakers, Smart connectors, a 12MP camera, True Tone display and a new magnetic Apple Pencil. That being said, other Apple devices that will be introduced next month include the next-gen MacBooks, MacBook Pro models and the MacBook Air.

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