Apple Rumored To Release New iPads Along With Its 12.9-inch “iPad Pro” This Fall

/ 6 years ago


A lot of rumors have been floating around regarding the new devices Apple is to deliver this year. From large display iPhones, to the iWatch and even new versions of the current iPads, they are all targeted to be released as early as the end of 2014. The iPad Pro for example, a device which has been rumored to have a 12.9-inch display and be dedicated to business clients and education, is also expected to be released this fall.

While Samsung already made its move with its 12.2-inch tablets at CES, Apple is expected to speed up its development and do the same thing this year and we should see the first 12.9-inch iPad by the end of this year. It is said that Q3 is the earliest possible time for Apple to release its new tech though.

Earlier rumors suggest that Quanta Computer will be tasked with production of the large iPad. Apart from this tablet, Apple is also rumored to release new models of its Retina iPad Mini and iPad Air. The same release date as the iPad Pro has been suggested for the latter iPads as well, though we are most likely to see them next year rather than this year.

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