iPad Pro Models Rumored to Be Announced in Three Storage Models – 512GB Being the Highest Capacity Variant
We are just hours away from Apple’s annual WWDC event, where has been consistently rumored that the company is going to be announcing several new iPad models, including the 10.5-inch iPad Pro. Now, one rumor out of Twitter just popped up and it is claiming that in addition to refreshing the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and unveiling the smaller variant, both of these models are also going to receive an upgrade on the storage front, and when we say upgrade, we actually mean a massive increase in native memory.
Leakster Claims That Both iPad Pro Models Will Have 128GB of Native Storage Shipping Out as Base Models – Touting 512GB as the Highest Capacity Models
Twitter is a platform where you are informed about the tiniest, but notable changes to upcoming products and the spotlight is shining on the upcoming iPad Pro models right now. According to mmddj_china, both the 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models are going to be shipped out in the following storage models:
That is a boatload of internal memory even for the base model, and we feel that users take advantage of things such as media consumption will be more than content to grab themselves the base model. The other category of power users, which includes creative professionals and graphic designers might be able to take advantage of the higher capacity variants.
iPad Pro 10.5/12.9
64GB 256GB 512GB
— 萌萌的电教 (@mmddj_china) June 5, 2017
It has been rumored that both of these iPad Pro models will be getting their own Smart Keyboard accessory coupled with an Apple Pencil, transforming the slates into notebook substitutes. We are not sure which chipset is going to be powering each tablet, but with the announcement kicking off in a few hours, looks like you guys are going to find out shortly.
Once again, take this rumor with a pinch of salt; with the WWDC announcements kicking off shortly, looks like we will get to know everything there is to know about the new iPad Pro models.