IPad Pro 2 Rumors Hint At WWDC Launch

Posted: Apr 25 2017, 5:47am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

iPad Pro 2 Rumors Hint at WWDC Launch

Among the rumors for iPAd Pro 2 is a mini version of the tablet

There have been plenty of rumors about the iPad Pro 2 over the last few months, yet the launch of new iPad models came and went with no iPad Pro 2 debuting. Some rumors are now making the rounds that suggest the iPad Pro 2 will debut in June at WWDC.

According to these rumors, Apple plans to use the iPad Pro 2 to show off iOS 11, which The Christian Post reports will launch at WWDC. There have been reports of low iPad Pro stock, which is something that often heralds the introduction of new versions of products at Apple.

A big sign of a new product coming is price reductions on remaining stock of the current model, something that hasn't happened yet with the iPad Pro. the reason for no price reductions may be that stock levels are so low already. Claims indicate that stock is very low in Apple Stores around the country.

I'm not sure how much accuracy there is in those assumptions though. There are four Apple Stores within 70 miles of me and each of them lists the 9.7-inch iPad Pro 32GB WiFi version as in stock and reach for pickup right now. Two of those same stores list the 12.9-inch iPad Pro 32GB WiFi version as in stock for delivery today.

Rumors continue to suggest that the iPad Pro 2 will have a 12.9-inch size along with other sizes. I would expect the same two sizes that the current iPad Pro 2 offers to be available and an iPad Pro mini is expected. True Tone color matching tech is rumroed for the screen and the processor is tippd as an A10X unit. 3D touch is rumroed and a bump in internal storage to 512GB is rumored.

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