Rumor: Witness The 10.9-Inch Bezel-Less iPad Pro Model Release In 2017

According to a new statement, Apple rumored to release a new 10.9-inch iPad Pro model in 2017 featuring a bezel-less display. In that case, the next-generation iPhone is also coming with the same edgeless screen and another one with edge-to-edge curved display, which we will discuss in the next post. Here are the details on what the 2017 iPad Pro is actually speculated of.

Now that everyone are every much preoccupied with the Mac, following the announcement of new MacBook Pros recently, Apple is said to be quietly working on getting a trio of new iPads ready to release early next year.

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A research note issued by Barclays Research analysts Blayne Curtis, Christopher Hemmelgarn, Thomas O’Malley, and Jerry Zhang, has new iPad Pro devices shipping as soon as March of next year.

Rumors of new iPads also claims that two of Apple’s new tablet series will be refreshed versions of the current 9.7-inch and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro models. Putting everyone busy to get an idea in the mobile space, as Apple must have new devices in the works, ready for an introduction sooner or later.

Current lineup of iPad Pros have proven popular amongst those who bought them without ever truly taking the market by storm, while Apple’s continues pushing of the iPad Pro towards the iPad Air and iPad mini lines look set to continue the portfolio, according to the latest report.

Suggests that three new models will debut in March, including an all-new, bezel-less 10.9-inch iPad Pro model. The newer one is without a doubt the most interesting form factor of the trio, as it has been speculated that despite having a larger screen than the 9.7-iunch model, it’s physical footprint will be the same. Apart from the bezel-less display, the only way that is possible to differentiate, if Apple has managed to come up with an edge-to-edge iPad display perhaps via the removal of the Home button completely. We will reserve judgement on that topic for now.

It would apparent that all iPads will retain 3.5mm headphone jack that the iPhone 7 famously ditched, and a four microphones per device are also said to be part of the equation. Thankfully, not all good for the iPad line. But nevertheless, with the iPad mini is unlikely to become a part at all to get a refresh. That leaves the iPad mini 4, released back in September 2015, as the current model available for purchase.

Apple CEO Tim Cook still likes to claim that the iPad is the future of computing and with the design and refresh to its iPad line could help boost sales and provide existing iPad owners more of an incentive to upgrade than before.

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(Source: MacRumors)

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