A new report says that by the end of September Cupertino will manufacture the iOS tablet with 12.9 inch screen, perhaps combined with a stylus. We chatted a product that may or not find their place in the
PRODUCTION iPad Pro will begin by the end of September, and the device will be on the market before the end of 2015.
To confirm the existence of this product is once again the Taiwanese Digitimes , a head that does not always proved reliable but which in this case adds further confirmation to the many clues that have emerged in recent months.
According to Digitimes the beginning there will be 4 to 5 million iPad Pro delivered, while production should become operational in 2016. We are talking about a tablet with iOS 12.9-inch screen, whose inclination “pro” could mean the presence of a stylus like the Galaxy Note.
Assuming that this product exists at all, it will certainly processor-based Apple A9X, the “big brother” of the Apple A9 which we expect to be presented with the next iPhone . He then spoke of touch feedback technology, sapphire crystal, manufactured by Sharp touchscreen technology AgNW (silver nanowires). For the large 13-inch display is assumed a resolution of 2732 x 2048 pixels, as suggested in the June ‘ analysis of IOS 9 beta. A very high resolution then, which makes sense given the new multitasking features of iOS 9 – Picture in Picture for example, or the ability to use multiple applications at the same time. The combination of large screen (and resolution), stylus and system multitasking operating may indeed make this iPad a great product “pro” in the sense of an object with which you can work and produce better content than you can do today on an iPad or a tablet in general. This iPad Pro for some It could become an alternative to a traditional notebook, perhaps with one of those cases that complement the keyboard, but it is risky hypothesis.So risky that, apparently, Apple itself is moving with caution and now has ordered very few. It could be a new great success for Apple, or a memorable commercial failure. Or may not even exist – but many clues say otherwise. (*) drawing of Tom’s Hardware