Apple recently launched a Twitter-inspired advertisement for iPad Pro 2 which compared the forthcoming tablet to PCs. The said commercial even used real Tweets that pointed out some features lacking on the device.

According to The Verge, Apple Inc. has replaced the Twitter users by actors in the advertisement of iPad Pro 2. Also, the Cupertino-based company even informed the owners of the Tweets that it has utilized with the commercials.

The adverts for the iPad Pro 2 pointed out some features like the absence of PC viruses, Microsoft Word, LTE support, and the Apple Pencil. It also seems that Apple has given attention to its previous advertisement in the year 2000 which involved actor Justin Long and comedian John Hodgman as a Mac and PC, correspondingly.

When it comes with the specs, Value Walk has learned that Apple is expected to release four new iPad Pro models with 7.9-inch, 9.7-inch, 10.5-inch, and 12.9-inch sizes. It was also reported that the 10.5-inch version wouldn't be delivered until May but there are talks stating that it will be shipping in March.

The iPad Pro 2 10.5-inch model is predicted to have a brand new look as it might be equipped with an edge-to-edge display and it may not sport home button. It was also said that it might have the same measurements as the 9.7-inch variant due to it's the improved display.

As for the iPad Pro 2 12.9-inch variant, it was anticipated to sport a True Tone display and 12-megapixel front-facing camera. For reference, True Tone display is a technology that automatically adjusts the color and concentration of the screen to match the brightness of the surrounding atmosphere.

On the other hand, the 7.9-inch iPad Pro will reportedly feature a Smart Connector, a True Tone display, and a 12 MP front-facing camera. This was in line with Apple's aim to systematize features through the iPad lineup.

The iPad Pro 2 lineup will reportedly make its first appearance next month. With this, it seems that Apple's patrons will just have to wait for a few days before they could see the next iteration of iPad Pro.