With just a few more hours to go, Apple’s September event seems to be living up to its hype with new leaks further confirming the debut of the iPad Pro at the event.
The iPad Pro is said to feature a ‘killer’ 12.9 inch display with a resolution of 2732 x 2048 pixels, a new modified A9 processor (A9X) tuned for higher performance and multitasking capabilities and will have 4 stereo speakers with 2 on either sides. The iPad Pro will also reportedly feature two storage options: 64GB and 128GB (which is awesome) [To know which size would be right for you, click here]. They will also come with LTE variations just like current iPad models and accessories (which will not come as standard) specific to them such as a stylus which is force touch enabled and two types of keyboard: one acting like a case while the other similar to the current Apple wireless keyboard. All this in addition to modified versions of the smart cases and covers existing for current models.
The new iPad Pro will also run iOS 9.1 adding to the already existing multitasking features with custom setups like full sized applications running side by side in split screen mode.
The biggest question is pricing which mostly should be higher than the current iPad Air 2 variants in general with the top end LTE models costing somewhere around the $1000 (or higher) similar to Apple’s MacBooks.
According to latest reports from 9to5mac, Apple will begin preorders in October and the iPad Pro will go on sale in November this year.
To see our complete rumor roundup, click here.
Whether the above information remains to be seen in just a few hours at Apple’s event which can be watched on Safari for iOS and Mac OS X and on Microsoft Edge browser for Windows 10 users.