Nov 25, 2017 | Updated: 09:54 AM EDT

Apple 10.5-Inch iPad Pro Failed To Be Unveiled Last Week, Speculated To Be At Limited Productivity

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Apple 10.5-inch iPad Pro once again disappointed its fans. The tablet's release date is still unclear at will be at limited productivity.

iPhone Hacks reported how Apple again disappointed its fans after failing to unveil the Apple 10.5-inch iPad Pro product last week. The disappointment of the tablet fans became the happiness of mobile phone fans for Apple released its new iPad 2017 along with the Red iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.

Now, according to MacRumors, it is still unclear whether when will be the next release date of the Apple 10.5-inch iPad Pro will be. Some speculations are hinting the release date to be in Spring this year, fall or at the WWDC 2017 event.

Other speculations such as what was written from the blog of Mac Otakara that the Apple 10.5-inch iPad Pro to be unveiled in March and that of a report from Digitimes were both a failure. Meanwhile, the HIS Market Analyst Rhoda Alexander said in an interview that Apple will begin the supply for the tablet at a limited productivity.

This would mean that the Apple 10.5-inch iPad Pro will be in a very limited quantity when it will be unveiled. Furthermore, Alexander believes that there will be a probability for an Apple April launch. "The necessary elements are starting to come together, but still looks somewhat tentative," Alexander said.

Consequently, many tech analyst and experts believe that the Apple 10.5-inch iPad Pro has not yet on the process of production. If they are logically right, this would mean that there's no possible release date of the tablet this year but it would be out next year.

However, the production issues of the Apple 10.5-inch iPad Pro speculate that the tablet will not be released in early April. But, there's a possibility that the device will be unveiled in October when Apple gets already cleared the limited production issues.

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