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12.2-inch Apple iPad Air Pro size compared to other Apple products

By Anton D. Nagy December 2, 2014, 4:52 am

Rumors of a bigger than the biggest iPad have been in the headlines for quite some time, but it was only last week that they returned, stronger than ever, with a report from Japan showing off alleged schematics of the so-called iPad Air Pro (iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, you get the idea), which would purportedly pack a 12.2-inch, not a 12.9-inch screen.

That is big! But just how big is it? In the video below, you can see a mock-up of said Apple iPad Air Pro size compared to other Apple devices (phones and tablets), so that you can get a sense of its size. At dimensions like 305.31 x 220.8 x 7 mm (12 x 8.7 x .28 inches), this would be one big tablet, and Apple would definitely need to do something clever with the operating system, as iOS 8 (or any other version, really), would look weird on such a huge canvas.


Then there are also the rumors of it running Mac OS, but there’s nothing certain at the moment. We’ll just leave you with the video, without any speculation, so that you can tell us your thoughts.

Source: YouTube
Via: PhoneArena


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