According to a research note, Apple is set to release three new iPad models in March 2017, including one with a 10.9-inch bezel-less display.
Apple Looks Set to Expand its iPad Lineup With New 10.9-inch Tablet – iPad mini Won’t Probably Get an Upgrade
Apple did not update its iPad lineup this year, probably because it believes the current offering is more than adequate for a slightly longer run.
However, according to a research note from Barclays Research analysts ‘Blayne Curtis, Christopher Hemmelgarn, Thomas O’Malley, and Jerry Zhang’ Apple is set to upgrade its tablet lineup in March of 2017.
The analysts cite supply chain sources for their prediction.
The 12.9-inch iPad seasoned is about to get hold of big upgrades, together with an progressed 12-megapixel digicam from its little 9.7-inch sibling as well as a real Tone display.
Furthermore, it’s believed that the 9.7-inch iPad pro will bring a lower rate tag and will sell along the iPad mini 4. Speaking of which, the smallest tablet from Apple won’t be receiving any upgrade this year.
So for folks that who had been stressful to get an improve might need to observe this piece of information greater carefully.
Barclays, like Kuo, expects the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro to be a “low-cost” model alongside the 7.9-inch iPad mini, which the analysts do not believe will be refreshed alongside the larger tablets.
Instead, the research note said Apple will continue to produce and sell the iPad mini 4, released in September 2015.