One of Apple’s monumental event is going to be held during this month, and with it, the announcement of the 9.7 inched iPad Pro. Before its imminent arrival, there are going to be a string of leaks surrounding either the tablet itself, or its accessory. On this occasion, let us see what new exciting new features will be present inside the upcoming powerful slate
Keyboard Accessory Connectors Of iPad Air 3 Show That You’ll Be Able To Carry Out Tasks The Same Way As You Did On Apple’s iPad Pro
According to Steve Hemmerstoffer, he’s not exactly sure what the upcoming product is going to be called, but he has a few hunches, and they have been listed below:
- iPad 7
- iPad Air 3
- iPad Pro mini
Looking at the mammoth size of the 12.9 inch iPad Pro, it would obviously be a very good idea for the tech giant to introduce a smaller version sporting the same hardware specifications. According to our previous reports, iPad Air 3 will also sport a keyboard accessory much like an iPad Pro, allowing you to take advantage of tasks that you would not be able to take care of while using just your fingers. Additionally, it is expected that the upcoming slate will be packing as much RAM as the 12.9 inch powerhouse, indicating that Apple is not going to compromise over the hardware present inside the upcoming slate.
— Steve Hemmerstoffer (@stagueve) March 10, 2016
Apart from its notable screen size difference, the upcoming iPad will also be rendering more pixels, because another report states that iPad Air 3 will have a 4K display. While the 9.7 inch screen could be pushing more pixels around the screen as opposed to the 12.9 inch beast, it will obviously be easy pickings for the company’s own developed SoC, A9X. The benchmarks of A9X are sufficient evidence to prove that it will effortlessly be able to tackle anything in its path.
However, the obvious disadvantage that you will face while imminently purchasing an iPad Air 3 is that it will feature a smaller battery capacity, and the larger resolution on a small amount of real estate will obviously chew up more battery life, but with the promise of future software updates, this issue will be mitigated to a certain extent.
So what do you guys think? Are you excited for the arrival of iPad Air 3? Let us know your thoughts below.