Post the launch of its flagship notebook series, the MacBook Pro with Touch ID and Touch Bar, Smartphone giant and Cupertino-headquartered company, Apple is expected to come out with three new versions of its tablet family — the iPad — in March next year.
As per reports which refer to research analysts from Barclays, one of the versions of the iPad will have a bezel-less 10.9-inch version rather than a 9.7-inch edition. Barclays researchers are making the claim referring to Asia supply network sources.
Reports from KGI Securities’ Ming-Chi Kuo and Japanese blogger Macotakara additionally assert that the new iPads will deliver in 2017. According to Macotakara, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro will accompany a 12-megapixel camera with double tone LED flash and a P3 display resolution. The new iPad Pro series will accompany the 3.5mm earphone jack and quad-microphones.
The Barclays report additionally asserts that the 9.7-inch iPad Pro will be the low-cost version, while the iPad mini won’t get refreshed, yet Apple will keep on selling iPad little 4.
Other enormous changes to the iPad family may incorporate new OLED shows, Kuo of KGI Securities said. As per him, the new iPads (to come in sizes of 10.9 and 12.9-inch) will accompany Taiwan’s TSMC-made A10X chips. He likewise said that Apple could acquire the new adaptable AMOLED shows also yet he cautioned that the descending pattern in offers of Apple tablets will proceed one year from now.
Apple is required to see a lull in benefits in the initial two fourth of as a result of the somewhat low edge on the iPhone 7 family. Kuo likewise called attention to that offers of its items are down in all cases.
However, with the increase in the screen sizes of cell phones, tablets are anyways being hit. But Apple has attempted to keep its iPad sales passing by launching venture releases of the tablets with better processors, greater batteries and large displays. It also launched another Apple Pencil with a new keyboard its last Pro launch.
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Sameeksha Bhardwaj, From ITvoir News Desk