iPad Air 3 Release Date: Apple To Discontinue The Air Series?

Apple has recently announced a new line of 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro notebooks that too with Touch Bar and other specific inclusions, but there was another one in the line and that was the iPad Air 3, which wasn’t announced at the “Hello Gain” event. Expected it could be revealed in March 2017, or not at all. Here are some details to note down.

In fact, the iPad Air 3 was supposed to launch in 2015, but till now there is no other news regarding its debut which led to many speculations that it might be the end of the Air line.

Although Apple has released a bigger and better version of iPad Pro which was a bit shocking, but nevertheless, some still believe that it took the place of the yet-unannounced iPad Air 3 place, considering that it has better specs and hardware key features compared to the anticipated device.

There hasn’t been any announcement of a new iPad Air in this two years, which by far means that there could be no iPad Air 3 at all. Currently, the Cupertino-based firm has been quiet about the said device and there have been no leaks from industry insiders as though.

The Apple’s iPad Pro offers a new A9x processor, while the previous editions of iPad Air only equipped with A8 chips, which is of course, a serious outdated by today’s standards even they can still work just fine for everyday use.

If Apple decides to get RIP of the iPad Air range, though, we here have some rumored specifications for the said iPad Air 3 tablet. Could use the same A9x processor, 4GB of RAM for seamless multitasking across apps, 8MP rear camera coupled with a 2.1MP front shooter for endless selfies.

Rumored iPad Air 3 release time frame and some other speculations points at the date that it would come in March next year. Others believe that there would be another version of Pro line to witness, the iPad Pro 2, which is expected to be the best model ever released.

What can you expect from Apple’s iPad Air 3? No official confirmation about that has been surfaced right now. No indications about its working on that or not.

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