iPad Air 3 Case Images Appear: Promise To Deliver Similar Lines Of Productivity As iPad Pro Accessories
iPad Air 3 is expected to be announced during the month of March and according to our previous reports, the slate promises to deliver the same level of processing performance as the company’s 12.9 inch behemoth sized tablet, iPad Pro. Now, the latest leaked images show that Apple has intended its iPad Air 3 to be just as productive as the company’s largest tablet. Does that mean we will get to see its accessories as well?
iPad Air 3 Case Images Appear – No Sign Of A Stylus Though
iPad Air 3 is also being referred to as iPad 7; this could mean that Apple could dump the product name altogether now that it unveiled the 12.9 inch iPad Pro. However, there are several things that we noticed from these images and one of them happens to be cutouts from the accessory. There are four of them present at each corner of the cover, and due to way they have been made, they will obviously be meant for four speakers. Interestingly, it looks like iPad Air 3 can definitely be used as a multimedia powerhouse.
Additionally, the keyboard accessory looks identical to the one that Apple showcased during its 2015 announcement. It features a kickstand with a keyboard layout, suggesting that the upcoming slate can be used as a notebook substitute as well as a large screen device for entertainment purposes. That being said, it is possible that several 3rd party manufacturers are already getting down to producing their own keyboard accessory for iPad Air 3, so we will keep you informed on this front.
As for the hardware specifications, the upcoming tablet is expected to sport the same screen size as its predecessors, with the only difference being that the product is going to sport a 4K display. However, it should be not be a big deal in terms of performance, because the A9 SoC we reported about earlier will be able to chew up anything thrown in its way, as indicated by the benchmarking results. The only drawback for the processor for pushing out all those pixels on the tablet’s 9.7 inch real estate is that it will take an enormous chunk out of battery life.
Sure, the SoC will definitely be able to render all those pixels, but with a resolution measuring at 3840 by 2160 pixels, we should expect that the slate should be incorporated with a very large battery capacity, unless of course Apple intends on producing an insanely thin tablet. We will keep you up to date with the latest, but for now, tell us what you think of the upcoming iPad Air 3.