Even if there are no official announcements regarding the iPad Pro 2, Apple’s fans are not discouraged and even think that this device will actually be unveiled during the Worldwide Developers Conference event that will be held during June 5-9, 2017 in San Jose, California.
The bad news is that Apple is not expected to unveil a new iPhone by that time and this is the reason why enthusiasts are further speculating that the company will actually bring its newest iPad device.
There are also reports saying that Apple will actually unveil the iPad Pro 2 sometime this month, but WWDC seems to be a better occasion for a new iPad release, especially since this event is getting more media attention.
We remind you that the iPad Pro 2 was actually expected to be released sometime in late 2016, but soon enough, new rumors speculated that the device will actually be announced in March 2017. Well, we’re already in May 2017 and the company has not mentioned anything about a new iPad device.
However, let’s not forget that Apple prefers to not talk about its products before they are officially announced. Hopefully, next month we will finally see the iPad Pro 2 officially announced during the mentioned event.
When it comes to specifications, we remind you that some previous rumors were suggesting that the iPad Pro 2 will actually be released in three different size variants: 9.7-inch, 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch.
To make things even better, the iPad Pro 2 is also expected to come with some major design changes such as the removal of the home button, which will be replaced by a Touch ID sensor below the display. The iPad Pro 2 10.5-inch variant is expected to come with thinner bezels on its display.
The iPad Pro 2 will probably come with a newer and faster A10X processor and a camera of 12MP that will feature True Tone Flash. As for the internal storage, the iPad Pro 2 will come in three or four variants and the lowest possible will probably be 512GB.
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