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iPad Pro Mini to Sport A10X Chip and New Technology

This year, Apple is expected to release a new device from the iPad Pro series. According to some recent reports, the company will bring the complementary 9.7 inches iPad Pro Mini, together with the 10.5 inches and the 12.9 inches versions. Naturally, there are also going to be some other upgrades. Let’s have a look at them!

Improved Apple Pencil

It seems that the new Pro features will be compatible with the Apple Pencil since Apple is improving this accessory. It is particularly useful if you need to draw and to write by hand.

Better Display Technology

The iPad Pro Mini should arrive together with the TrueTone display technology, which is a major upgrade, especially if you consider the iPad Mini 4. Moreover, Bloomberg reported that the lineup will also be smoother when it comes to pan and zoom.

Improved Processor

According to the rumors, the iPad Pro 2 will be running on the latest Apple chip, namely the A10 fusion. If the CPU will be released this year, then the iPad Pro Mini will also be relying on it. Besides, the team is also working on the iOS 11 beta version, so we might get this sooner than we might expect.

Configuration Changes

People are indeed discussing the 10.5 inches iPad Pro 2, but instead of being an iterative upgrade, this might, in fact, represent a completely new model on the market! And even more so, since we know that the tech giant is trying to move away from the Air series.

Release Date

Many fans expect to see the iPad Pro Mini released at the WWDC event this year. However, there is scarce official information at the moment, and the online sources say that we are indeed going to see some tablet releases. We might even see the iOS 11 released at the WWDC, so stay tuned!

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