Anticipation for the arrival of the iPad Pro 2 is at an all-time high, with speculations that Apple's creation may finally come out in March, although details on its specs and design are still speculative.
A report from PC Advisor shared a concept trailer that was posted on YouTube, showing possible designs for the iPad Pro 2. The video speculated that the new tablet may sport a 10.5-inch screen and carry over features from the iPhone 7 Plus, including a dual camera. It is also projected to come with a new A10X processor and an updated Pencil 2, but it will not have a physical home button.
Moreover, the report mentioned the strong talks that a potential release is slated in March, together with two other iPad models. Observers are predicting an entry-level iPad, which measures 9.7 inches and runs on an A9 or an A9X processor, will be unveiled to replace the iPad Air 2. Meanwhile, the other iPad is expected to feature a 12.9-inch screen and run on an A10X processor with updated Pencil 2.
In addition, The Christian Post also reported that the new iPad Pro 2 will have features that are built to meet the demands of the current technological world. Tech enthusiasts have noted that its retina display will enable crisp and vivid imaging that fans of the iPad Pro will surely love. Additional features that the public can expect are the smart keyboard, the smart connector, and a quad speaker.
Though nothing is set in stone as to the exact release date, Chinese tech website Wei Fang earlier reported that the launching may happen on March 19. The basis for the predicted launch date were sources from one of Apple's supply partners operating in the Asian region.
The Apple Q1 Report, as posted by MacWorld, showed that the company is struggling in their iPad sales for the first quarter of 2017, with 13.081 million units sold, 19 percent lower compared to the same quarter in 2016.