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A 10.5-inch iPad Pro from Apple Plans Short Term



The tablet Apple remains the undisputed market leader, and a time to here has seen how it has been gaining ground in the professional world, so much so that it is more popular in enterprises at home . Now, a new report in the network talks about the possibility that Apple launched three models of iPad in 2017.

According to Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at KGI known Values, Apple will launch three different iPad models in 2017, one with a 10.5 - inch screen. However, the most revolutionary changes would not arrive until 2018.



These changes would be a radical redesign of the chassis and the advent of AMOLED panels, but according to Kuo will have to wait a couple of years to see it come true. Here we have more details on the predictions made by the analyst at KGI Values, which often does not go far wrong.


IPad Pro 10.5-inch screen in sight?


In the note sent by Ming-Chi Kuo investors last Sunday says the iPad will follow a conservative evolution of hardware ahead to 2017 and that Apple prepares three models for the next generation of its tablet.

Along with the iPad Pro 12.9 and 9.7 inches US company will release an intermediate version with a 10.5 inch screen. It is expected that the two larger models integrate Apple chip A10X manufactured by the 10nm process of TSMC.


Although the analyst is not specified in the report, suggests that the 10.5 - inch iPad Pro could be a replacement for the 9.7 - inch model, which would become a low cost model with A9X processor, also manufactured by TSMC . However, despite the hardware upgrade and introduce the 10.5-inch model, Kuo believes that Apple's tablet sales continue downward until 2018, when it will undergo a major renovation.

According to the analyst, Apple is working to revitalize the iPad with a new design that would be released in 2018. In addition, Ming-Chi Kuo expects the company to integrate into this new model a flexible AMOLED panel.
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