iPad Pro 2, iPad Mini 5 Release Slated In April 4; Upcoming Apple Event Will Be Held At Apple Park [VIDEO]
The iPad Pro 2 and iPad Mini 5 has been all over the wire as a lot of Apple patrons have been wondering when these tablets will be unveiled. Recently, a report suggested that the new members of the iPad family will make its first appearance on April 4 at Apple Park.
According to Apple World Today, the much-anticipated iPad Pro 2 and iPad Mini 5 will make its first appearance during the upcoming Apple event that is scheduled to occur on April 4. Additionally, this would mean that the new tablets will also be available after the announcement.
This prediction also makes sense as during Apple's last event at 1 Infinite Loop, Tim Cook stated that it would be the last event to happen at the current Apple headquarters. It was known that the Apple Park is scheduled to open in April and it could also be the same time when the Cupertino-based tech company would reveal the iPad Pro 2 and iPad Mini 5 in the 1,000-seat Steve Jobs Theater.
When it comes with the probable specs and features, Tech Times has noted that previous rumors claimed that Apple will announce three models of iPads this year. These iPad models will not have support for microSD card, which is regularly the custom for iPad. With this, there is a possibility that Apple Inc. will launch the iPad Pro 2 with a 512 GB storage option.
Moreover, one of the common features shared by the upcoming models may be that it will all be engineered by A11 processor that will be partnered with a 3 GB of RAM. Reports also suggest that it is likely that the iPad Pro mini or the iPad mini 5 may arrive boasting an 8 MP primary and 1.2 MP FaceTime snapper. Last but not the least, there is also likelihood that the iPad lineup may feature iOS 10.1.1, but not iOS 11.
With the Apple Park scheduled to open in April 2017, there is really an opportunity that the iPad Pro 2 and iPad Mini 5 will be unveiled during that event. Nevertheless, Apple Inc. hasn't uttered any word yet so this piece of information should be treated with skepticism.