iPad Pro 2 To Be Launched In March
The internet is buzzing with rumors and speculations surrounding Apple’s upcoming iPad Pro refreshment. In fact, the KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reported that Apple has some big plans for March 2017, because a brand new 12.9 inch iPad Pro is coming. Today we’re going to take a look at the most reoccurring rumors and speculations regarding iPad Pro 2 and see the reason why Apple fans are so enthusiastic.
As previously stated, the tablet is expected to launch in March and this goes along hand in hand with Apple’s tradition of launching iPads during the first quarter of 2017. The reason why everyone’s talking about this tablet is because it’s going to be equipped with only high end hardware pieces which are going to make it a power house. Rumor has it that the upcoming iPad Pro 12.9 inch will be powered by the company’s own A9X processor that’s build through the 16nm FinFET process. This process is used by both AMD and nVidia on their chipsets.
What really makes this processor stand out from the rest is the fact that it has been optimized so that it’s able to provide users with impressive hardware performances even under heavy usage while still maintaining a low battery usage. The main problem with this A9X chipset is that there aren’t any 10nm variants yet and Apple might want to wait until they become available.
Additionally, the new tablet will run on the upcoming iOS 10.3 which is set to launch in March. Regarding this new operating system, there aren’t that many details available only a couple of leaks here and there. What we know is that it’s supposed to come with a special “Theater Mode” that will resemble the DND (do not disturb) mode.
Now onto the tablet’s features, what’s really cool about it is that it might ship with an innovative look that doesn’t have a physical home button. Instead, the tablet will come with a fingerprint sensor that’s installed beneath the display. Nonetheless, at this point Apple has yet to confirm any of these rumors and we must wait for March to come until we can hear something official.