iPad Pro 2 Concept
iPad Pro 2 Concept Image Shows Off 4K Display, Dual Camera Amid Rumors Of Cancelled Release Date

#iPadPro2 #iPadProiPad Pro 2 Concept Image Shows Off 4K Display, Dual Camera Amid Rumors Of Cancelled Release Date : The iPad Pro 2 specs were teased in some recently released concept images. The materials were released amid rumors that the device’s release date was cancelled.

The tablet’s concept was created by Armend Lleshi. Aside from the images in this story, his other renditions are in the video link at the end of this article.

IPAD PRO 2 SPECS

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The designer slates showed the high-end tablet’s rumored 10.5-inch screen. Insider information circulating online said that it offers 4K resolution.

A 12,000 mAh battery reportedly powers the device. Furthermore, the device is said to have a 5MP front snapper and fitted with a dual rear camera. It will allegedly run on an Apple A10X processor with a 6GB RAM. Storage options supposedly range from the standard 64GB to up to 256GB.

There are also iPad Pro 2 rumors related to its design. Its six available colors are Jet Black, Black, White, something called Wine, Gold and Rose Gold.

Many are hoping that the device will be made more useful by getting additional features from Project Tango or Intel RealSense. This would allow users to perform 3D mapping, which Acer tablets are already capable of.

CANCELLATION RUMORS

However, speculations are rife that the iPad Pro 2’s release date has been cancelled.

Tech Radar pointed out that 2016 was a slow year for tablets. While the 9.7-inch iPad Pro was well received this year, Apple will allegedly wait until 2018 for a new model. One of the reasons behind this alleged decision is the company’s re-focus on their Mac line for 2017.

Furthermore, Apple allegedly encountered chip problems recently. This setback is rumored to be among the reasons why their tablet’s latest model won’t be unveiled soon.

An insider from Apple’s chip supplier Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) also talked to DigiTimes. The source admitted that the yields on its 10-nanometer A10X chips have been “lower than expected.”

Source : thebitbag

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