There have been a lot of rumors lately about a new upcoming tablet from Apple, which is supposed to be the biggest launched by the Cupertino-based manufacturer until now.
How big should an iPad be after all?
Last week, we got the chance to see a part of the so-called iPad Pro, but today, the Chinese website Weibo revealed a picture with what seems to be a mould used by Foxconn in the manufacturing process of the tablet. And it’s pretty big, as you can see…
According to Daily Mail, the iPad Pro should measure 305.3 mm x 220.8 mm and just 7 mm in thickness, resulting that Apple will most likely use a 12.2″ display, making it way larger than the current iPad Air 2, which is sporting a 9.7 inch display.
Your move, Samsung
If this turns out to be true, the iPad Pro will be a serious competitor for Samsung’s Galaxy Note Pro, also sporting a 12.2″ display. Still, considering that the South Korea-made tablet was launched in February 2014, we also expect an updated version of it to be revealed soon. Maybe MWC 2015?
The tablet is expected to be loaded with Apple’s A8X processor, paired with 2 GB of RAM and run iOS 8. It should also have the Touch ID sensor, while the color options won’t be different than the rest of the Apple devices: Silver, Gold and Space Gray.
We’re also looking forward to seeing some improvements in the design, as some front-facing speakers would be more than welcome. And last but not least, a RETINA display with a resolution of 2732 x 2048 pixels and a 265 ppi density would also make the iPad Pro one of the most wanted tablets on the market.
What do you think about this? Would you buy a 12.2″ iPad Pro?