Apple launches two more iPad Pro ads ahead of rumored refresh


There are also reports stating that the tablet would have the same pixel density as its forerunner.

Thus, with the iPad Pro 2, it would be best for Apple to ensure that the device is released with accessories that are just as good as its specs. Aside from those, HIS market analyst Rhoda Alexander noted that the upcoming device would have the same 9.7-inch dimension. Now, the tech giant shared two new Twitter-based video ads of the iPad Pro 2 that highlights the Apple Pencil, built-in camera, as well as the recording functions. Moreover, the iPad Pro 2 may decrease the sales of MacBooks, just like the original iPad did to the notebook computers, according to NSEA Voice. Reportedly, Apple would release other similar varieties for upscale techies.

Even though iPad sales have been slumping for years now, Tim Cook and Apple remain committed to the tablet form factor. Another iPad Pro 2 with a 10.5-inch screen model will be released as well and will be priced higher than the basic model. The digital stylus pen will be improved and enhanced upon its release in 2017.

KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, famous for his accurate predictions with regards to Apple devices, said earlier that the company would be releasing only three models: a low-priced 9.7-inch iPad, a new and powerful 10.5-inch iPad Pro, and a revamped 12.9-inch iPad Pro model. This is opposing to previous reports of earlier dates. Still, the report made no mention of the iPad mini 5. These suppliers allegedly got very low first quarter financial results for this year and are pressuring Apple to hasten the launch. If these rumors prove true, the iPad Pro 2 might actually end up as the device Apple meant it to be - a portable machine that could replace a full-fledged computer. As is being said of the next iPhone, a new revamped iPad devoid of the familiar home button will no doubt make for a radical new design approach. This isn't exactly news as the shift from laptops to more portable solutions has been going on for quite some time and not only in Apple's camp.