Apple Orders Low Volumes For IPad Pro

Posted: Jul 13 2015, 5:21am CDT | by , in News | Apple


Apple orders Low Volumes for iPad Pro

New supply chain report says that Apple orders a low amount of the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro for the fall launch.

Apple is confident to sell a record number of iPhone 6S phones this fall, the company seems less convinced on how well the 12.9-inch iPad Pro will sell. Apple reportedly ordered a record number of iPhone 6S units from manufacturers for the launch. Apple expects to sell at least 90 million new iPhones.

A new report referencing sources from the Asian supply chain say the the picture is very different for the still unofficial iPad Pro. Apple is supposed very cautious about placing orders for the 12.9-inch tablet that will be reportedly manufactured by Foxconn (Hon Hai Precision Industry) according to Digitimes.

The tablet market has slowed down significantly and also impact iPad sales. Apple is well adviced to be conservative with the iPad Pro launch. Apple might find a new market for the iPad Pro. Business users might jump on a larger iPad und upgrade from the iPad Air. iOS 9 brings many productivity features including multitasking that will especially work well on a larger screen.

The iPad Pro is still just a rumor. So far only alleged iPad Pro cases have leaked. The larger iPad is rumored since years. If the fall of 2015 will see the release of the iPad Pro remains to be seen.

Apple is expected to hold an event in September announcing the iPhone 6S. Apple is likely holding two events. The second event would be about the new iPad Air 3 and possibly iPad Pro along with a new Apple TV box.

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