Apple is planning to March 2017 to present three new tablet iPad Pro, and one of them will be presented in a new screen size, reports Barclays Research. According to the report, the main novelty of the spring presentation of the company will be a tablet with a diagonal of 10.9-inches, which will get the display “edge to edge” so keep the dimensions of the 9.7-inch iPad.
Apple will not be able to radically change the situation on the market, sales of the iPad, like other devices of the same type, continue to decline. To this end, the company plans to update the range of branded devices and unify the model number of the iPad.
In 2017 in the range of Apple will have three models of the iPad Pro with diagonals screens of 7.9, 10.9 and 12.9 inches. The new 7.9-inch version will replace the iPad mini 4. It was considered that the most compact tablet running iOS will be discontinued as gadget, who left after the release of the 5.5-inch iPhone. However, now as it turned out, would happen rebranding.
Mini tablet will receive a 12-megapixel iSight camera, True Tone flash and an improved display to support the new color space Display P3. Last thanks to special sensors will analyze the ambient lighting in real time and, based on these data, to change the color temperature of the image.
It is also reported that Apple is working on a radical new a 10.9-inch iPad Pro with a 12-megapixel camera and an improved True Tone flash. It is noted that the display will occupy the entire front panel, whereby the device will remain in the same dimensions. Thus, this device should be the first iOS device without the Home button.
As for the big Apple, 12.9-inch iPad Pro, the device will receive 12-megapixel camera and the same display as compact models. All “Proshka” will be equipped with four microphones and processors Apple A10X made on the basis of 10-nm technology.
The revolutionary changes in the iPad lineup is expected in 2018. Earlier it was reported that changes to the tablet affected both the design and experience of user interaction. Future models that Apple plans to introduce in two years, will be equipped with AMOLED displays.