2017 iPad Pro 3 Update: New Features That Fans Want To See From iPad Pro 3
Apple recently updated its iPad Pro range with the iPad Pro 10.5 and the iPad Pro 12.9. However, fans are now looking forward to the iPad Pro 3.
iPad Pro 3 Release Date And Price
Recently Apple hasn't stuck to a yearly upgrade cycle with its iPads. The original iPad Pro launched in November 2015, quickly followed by the iPad Pro 9.7 in March 2016 and then the iPad Pro 10.5 and iPad Pro 12.9 in June 2017, according to Tech Radar.
Hence, that's ignoring the non-Pro new iPad, which launched in March 2017. Still, there is still something of a pattern. The first iPad Pro generation began its rollout in March 2016, and the iPad Pro 2 models landed in June 2017, so that's only just over a year apart.
It's likely then that Apple will launch the iPad Pro 3 sometime in the middle of 2018, maybe even June 2018. Even though a couple of months either side of that is quite possible too. As for the price, the iPad Pro 10.5 starts at £619/$649/AU$979, so with Apple seemingly being done with 9.7-inch Pro models that are probably the minimum they will pay, as Mac Rumors reported.
iPad Pro 3 Latest News And Rumors Revealed
Apple has just introduced a new size with the 10.5-inch model that fans probably won't see any new sizes next year. That means the iPad Pro 3 will likely come in 10.5 inches and probably also 12.9 inches, but since the 9.7-inch Pro hasn't been refreshed it looks like that size could be relegated to cheaper, non-Pro models.
Fans wouldn't expect much change to the camera either. Apple has stuck the same 12MP and 7MP rear and front snappers as the iPhone 7 have on its latest slates, which is serious overkill for a tablet, so should serve the Pro range well for at least another year. Still, other existing features like the True Tone display with 120Hz refresh rate, quad-speakers, and Smart Connector are also likely to return.
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