Designer Armend Lleshi has come up with classy concept renders for the upcoming 10.5-inch iPad Pro from Apple.
Sporting the standard Apple design with slim display bezels, the tablet is believed to sport dual cameras and a 4K resolution display.
The plan to make use of an Ultra-HD screen for its tablet is a surprising move by Apple, especially as he tech giant had a great opportunity to do this with its earlier tablet that features the usual 2732 x 2048 resolution. Also, there has been no reason to stop the manufacturer from enhancing the resolution of its tablets. The company has already started publicizing the ability of its tablet to edit streamlined 4K videos. This editing is possible because of the high horsepower of the processors exclusively designed by the manufacturer that are used in the device. As for the dual camera integration, it is almost seem very certain of this possibility because Apple’s iPads have always known to render very good photographic capabilities.
Upcoming iPad will most likely work using the A10X processor. Even if this does not happen, most tablets with 12.9-inch and 10.5-inch screen size are anticipated to incorporate this processor. Manufactured by TSMC, a Taiwanese based company, the A10X is a 10nm chipset. Except for the colors, there are no other details about the new Apple iPad Pro as of now. Lleshi has suggested that the tablet be made available in six colors that comprise wine, gold, black, rose gold, jet black and white. This gives Apple lovers various choices when they pick up their favorite iPad. Although the renders have been formulated from assumption, they do definitely look appealing and resounding on the images that have been leaked so far. This makes it quite probable that the actual tablet will not be a let down in terms of looks.
Rumors are that the new iPad tablets will be announced in March 2017. There is also a talk that a 9.7-inch Apple iPad Pro will make its entry along with the 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch models with better specifications. The 10.5-inch iPad Pro will cater to those who either feel that a 12.9-inch device will be too big or quite costly to afford.