The existing 12.9-inch iPad Pro will also be getting the True Tone display, which is now limited to the current 9.7-inch model.
It was first rumoured that the firm would release a trio of iPads at an event in March.
In short, the lineup consists of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro 2, the 9.7-inch iPad Pro 2, the iPad mini Pro, and the 10.5-incher. With time running out for a March event to happen, it's increasingly possible that Apple could be planning to quietly release updates to some products with no event and minimal fanfare.
Recent rumors have promised Apple will launch new products this week.
Apple is infamous for always overpricing its products and the new iPad Pro 2 offering is not going to be an exception to this rule.
While there are only speculations about the launching date, one thing is sure that Apple will unveil its tablet family within next month as official site is showing estimated shipment in 3-4 weeks. Previous rumors have heavily emphasized that at least three new iPad models will be unveiled this month. According to her, the 10.5-inch iPad Pro would maintain its current size.
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The earlier report claimed the top bezel will remain in order to provide space for the front-facing FaceTime camera, but it will likely be slimmer.
"Mac Otakara does not have a ideal track record with Apple rumors, but its sources have proven accurate on multiple occasions in the past" said Mac Rumours. Apple will also unveil an upgraded 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
Aside from the 10.5-inch model expected to be debuted, a low-priced model is also highly anticipated.
Usually this would occurrence will be accompanied by a launch event, but Apple has not sent any notifications to the media this time around. There are no plans for a big keynote, but there's still a chance the Apple store will return with some sweet surprises. Even Apple Inc.'s (NASDAQ:AAPL) popular iPad lineup has not been spared, as the Cupertino giant's tablet range fails to keep up with the increasing popularity of phablet devices.
The smaller 9.7-inch iPad Pro was then introduced in March.