New iPad Pro 2 leak suggests imminent release date

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According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the MacBook Pro 2017 could have a 13-inch and 15-inch variants, all of which will run on Intel's Kaby Lake Processors.

The Urban Armor case is just another sign among many that Apple plans to release a new 10.5-inch iPad to replace the current 9.7-inch Pro model.

Also revealed in the leak is confirmation that there will 3 different ipad pros available the 9.5, 12.5 and the new 10.5 inch models! High-quality speakers and possibly a touchscreen will accommodate Apple's voice assistant, Siri, on this device, while a higher price tag than both Google and Amazon's offerings will also supposedly be offered. Therefore, this year Apple is almost-certain to launch major updates including iOS 11, tvOS 10.12, watchOS 4, and macOS 10.13, keeping in line with the pattern of previous years. Hopefully, Apple will be introducing the product during the WWDC 2017, which will take place between June 5 to June 9. The Apple Nostradamus thinks the tablet in question will be formally announced at the company's WWDC event in June.

Talking about the design aspect, the tablet is tipped to sport an entirely new look. The speaker could launch later in the year giving developers time to support the product.

According to Softpedia, a new iPad Pro could be coming this year with a 10.5-inch display sitting on the dimensions of a 9.7-inch iPad form factor. Development of the company's Siri-powered speaker is said to be nearing completion, making an unveiling at WWDC probable.

In keeping with the bezel-free tech trend as of late, he predicts the new iPad Pro will feature a smaller bezel and a larger screen. To that end, Apple's also rumored to launch a similar iPad next month. The smart speaker by Apple would feature a Beats speaker and it will be coupled with Siri AI. We wouldn't rule out Apple sticking to its existing tablet sizes. Rumors also stated that there will be no home button and the Touch ID scanner feature is embedded in the screen.

An edge-to-edge display: Since the iPad Pro 10.5-inch is rumored to be the company's most premium tablet till date, it expected to have a bezel-less display.

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