• Apple may finally release 12.9-inch iPad Pro with Force Touch stylus this year

    Apple may finally release 12.9-inch iPad Pro with Force Touch stylus this year

    Apple has been rumored to have a bigger iPad in the
    works for years, however this will finally be the year it
    comes out. Sources record that Apple's annual iPad
    refresh will incorporate a 12.9-inch iPad pro variant. This
    king-sized tablet could have a better resolution display
    and may also present an non-compulsory stylus with Apple force
    contact technological know-how.

    Apple has already built Force Touch technology (which
    can tell the difference between a tap and a harder
    press) into its new MacBook computers, so its inclusion
    in the iPad and iPhone seems natural. However,
    analysts believe that a screen the size of the iPad Pro
    would result in poor yield rates with Force Touch.
    Thus, the stylus might be required to take advantage of
    it. This would allow users to write more easily with
    pressure sensitivity, which is already possible with
    certain third-party apps and styluses, but this would be
    incorporated at the system level.

    More generally, this tablet could have an LCD panel
    with a resolution of 2732×2048 and an aluminum body
    composed of the 7000 series alloy from the Apple
    Watch. This tablet is expected to go into production
    between September and October, but the stylus may not
    be part of the base package. So get ready for that $49
    add-on item in the Apple Store.

    The iPad and iPad Mini have both confirmed vastly
    successful for Apple however it's unclear what the marketplace for
    a good higher and no more transportable tablet shall be. Analysts
    from KGI Securities estimate Apple could move as
    many as 5.5 million iPad professional units and one million
    stylus components in the first 12 months. Despite the fact that, analyst
    numbers are nonetheless simply educated guesses. We'll just ought to
    wait and spot how lengthy the traces are.


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