Apple iPad Pro 2, iPad Air 3, iPad Mini 5 Release Slated This Year; Tablets To Feature Enhanced Specs [VIDEO]
Apple Inc. is slated to launch new members of its iPad family namely; iPad Pro 2, iPad Air 3 and iPad Mini 5. This iPad trio will reportedly be boasting enhanced and improved features.
According to DigiTimes, the rumor mill has been spinning about the forthcoming iPad Pro 2, iPad Air 3 and iPad Mini 5's release date, specs and other details. It can be remembered that previous reports suggest a March 2017 launch date for the new tablets but hearsays claim the new iPads are highly not likely to be released until the second half of the year.
Apple Inc. has been speculated to be already in the works on the upcoming iterations of the iPad family. It was noted that the Cupertino-based tech giant is believed to be planning to begin mass production of the 9.7-inch iteration of the iPad in Q1 2017, while the other models will follow in Q2 2017.
When it comes with the specs and features, ValueWalk has learned that the iPad Pro 2 might be equipped with a True Tone display. This technology will allow the tablet to modify the screen's color temperature depending on the amount of lighting in a specific location.
The iPad Air 3, on the other hand, will sport a 9.7-inch display and it will be powered by A9X processor that will be paired with a 3GB RAM. As for the camera department, Air 3 might house a 13MP rear-facing camera featuring a LED flash and a 6MP front-facing snapper good for selfies and video calls. It is also anticipated to be less than 6mm in depth and it may become available in Gold, Silver and Space Grey variety of colors.
Last but not the least, the iPad Mini 5 might boast water-resistant feature and come bearing the IP68 dust protection certification. Also, some tech enthusiasts are having wild guesses that the upcoming iPad Min will have an Apple Pencil.
Apple Inc. hasn't confirmed any launch date of the iPad Pro 2, iPad Air 3 and iPad Mini 5 so it is advised to take the above-mentioned information with skepticism. But then, concrete details are expected to be spilled by the Cupertino-based company soon.