The Apple iPad Pro is going to need a little more screen than the iPhone 7 Plus and the iPhone 8 Plus.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Apple is planning to introduce the iPad Pro at a special event later this month at the Apple Expo, where it will launch with its new $9,999 iPad Pro, which is expected to have a 12.9-inch screen and an “all-new” display engine, according to sources familiar with the matter.
While the new iPad Pro will likely be a bit smaller than the Apple iPad Mini with a 13.3-inch display, the new tablet will also be larger, with a 9.9mm thickness.
The new iPad Pros larger screen size will allow for a larger number of pixels, making the new machine a bit faster and more powerful.
Apple’s new iPad is rumored to come in two different sizes: a 13-inch model that will be $999, and a 10.5-inch one that will start at $1 $1.99.
The iPad Pro’s new display engine will allow the iPad to run at a faster frame rate, which will make the iPad faster to use for reading and video streaming.
Apple’s next-generation iPad will likely use the A8 chip, which has a 12-bit color depth, 2GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
The A8 is rumored in some rumors to be a high-end processor, but Apple has not confirmed it yet.
The new iPad will be priced similarly to its predecessor, with the new $999 model set to be available in September.