We are waiting a trio of those new iPads in 2017 together with a new 10.5 inch iPad display, a new screen size for Apple’s tablet range. With a diagonal expansion of just 0.8 inches over the low cost 9.7 inch iPad, it’s ambiguous at this stage what will justify the introduction of another SKU. Also we will have a new 12.9 iPad Pro 2. We believe it will advantageous to bid for tenders in the commercial and education markets. To the effect that, we hope for Apple to launch a 10.5 inch iPad Pro will take over A10X processor with TSMC being the sole supplier using 10nm process technology. The low cost 9.7 inch may take the A9X processor, what is also particularly supplied by TSMC.
According to Frank Gillett, an industry analyst at Forrester told “Apple is stronger in the enterprise market with its than it is with consumers”.
Kuo, does not notice the 7.9 inch iPad in his report. It could be the investigator does not have established any predictions for the petite iPad, also, maybe will have probability that the mini will be conditioned as demand in that dimension range shifts to the higher iPhone models. Maybe, this could be a year of great variations for the iPad, iPad model probably will be introduced in 2018 at the earliest. If you don’t know what that all means, don’t worry! More radical changes in form constituent commercial design and consumer conduct. According to Kuo, we’ll be waiting for more rumors on that score though, before we start looking out for an iPad with the curved display of a Samsung Galaxy Edge.
The new iPad Pro 12.9 inch is Apple’s largest iPad yet, with a 2732 x 2048 determination display, all-powerful A9X processor, a super slim design, and a four-speaker audio system. In addition this iPad has support for the Apple Pencil stylus, also a magnetic Smart Connector for the connection with keyboards and other accessories.
In summary, we will have dominants changes for next generation iPads are in the works but are not ready for 2016. We are waiting this trio, especially to see the brand new 10.5 inch iPad, 12.9 inch iPad Pro and inexpensive 9.7 inch variants. In addition, Apple is planning major changes when OLED screens hit the iOS lineup.