iPad Pro reportedly shows up in data logs, production should begin soon

It’s funny but we’ve been covering iPad Pro rumors since 2013. At this point we don’t know what’s taken Apple so long to launch this product, but rumors have gotten much stronger these last couple of months. Sources claim that we might see this product later this year, and today we find proof.

Analyst firm Appsee claims that it has found concrete evidence to prove that the iPad Pro does exit. The company’s data logs have found iPad model 6.8 already testing applications. You could say this could be just any iPad, but the fact that it’s testing apps at a resolution of 2048 x 2732 is a clear indication that we’re talking about a newer iPad Pro. Retina Display iPads currently sport a 2048 x 1536 resolution display, so there is a major difference here.

The iPad Pro is rumored to include a 12.9-inch Force Touch display, and even an Apple Stylus. Analysts predict that manufacturing should begin between September and October, so it’s only a matter of time before we learn more.

Source: Appsee
Via: iLounge

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