It could well be, therefore, that Apple is simply distancing the announcement of a new iPad Air from the iPad Pro and iPad mini 4, with a release date later this year or early next. Apple is offering a keyboard case and pressure sensitive stylus as accessories, but unlike Microsoft’s Surface tablet, the iPad Pro shouldn’t feel hobbled without them.
If you are looking for a device with big display then the iPad Pro should be your choice. Fresh reports later confirmed that Samsung’s tablet, internally codenamed Tahoe, would be officially released as the Samsung Galaxy View. There’s also the supply issue – Apple’s suppliers can’t possibly cope with the demand considering the company has up to 3 tablet models in the works. However, a new rumor has provided a narrower time window when the iPad Pro could release.
What does that mean for the future position of the iPad Air in Apple’s coterie of tablets?
There is very little information available on the expected design of Google’s new device since the company hasn’t made any official announcements yet. Reports said that it will have “a stunning 4K screen display and an IP rating making it resistant to dust and water”. Last but not least, the iPad Pro also includes Bluetooth 4.2 technology. “The tablet is also water and dust resistant allowing it to repel dust and moisture that may break the tablet”. Under its hood, the tablet will be powered by its own 1.6GHz octa-core Samsung Exynos SoC, 1.8GB of RAM, 25GB of onboard storage, 5,700mAh battery, and a 2-megapixel camera. The iPad Pro also comes with a Touch ID sensor, a three-axis gyro, an accelerometer, an ambient light sensor, and a barometer. Comment and let us know what you think!