New iPad Pro would arrive in 2017 with better screen and Extra Features for Apple Pencil -


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Tuesday, 30 August 2016

New iPad Pro would arrive in 2017 with better screen and Extra Features for Apple Pencil

Everything seems to indicate that this year there will be a new generation of iPad Pro and have to wait until 2017 to see it. Recently we talked about the possibility that Apple is working on a new iPad Pro with a 10.5 - inch screen that would come precisely next year.

The US company is planning to include new software features and hardware for the iPad to suit professional users. Among these developments would have a new technology that allows faster display zoom more smoothly, panoramic movements and displacements.

KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo Values ​​already said earlier that Apple will launch a 10.5 - inch iPad Pro which comes along with 12.9 and 9.7 inches year. He also commented that the latter would become a model "low cost", while the future of the iPad Mini would be quite uncertain, although it is believed q could withdraw from the market due to its lack of compatibility with Apple Pencil since its size is relatively close to the 5.5-inch iPhone.

This could be the new iPad Pro 2017

The new iPad Pro in which Apple is working and could launch in 2017 would have a hardware to be completed with a wider support for the Apple Pencil. Or what is the same, the stylus Apple will have more features than you have now.

On the other hand, according to Apple reports it would be working to introduce new software features in a future update of iOS 10 arrive in the first half of 2017. Although there are also those who believe that could wait for the arrival of IOS 11 for the I would have to wait until September.

Apparently, the US company has considered allowing users to annotate things in numerous applications of its operating system, such as Mail, Safari, iMessage ... similar to what Samsung does. And it is that by the time Apple only allowed to use the Apple Pencil to annotate applications developed specifically for it, something that could change in the coming months.

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