Apr 18, 2017 09:11 PM EDT
The Apple iPad Pro 2 10.5-inch variant reportedly entered production last month. While Apple is said cooking more for the WWDC event.
Since the Apple iPad Pro 2 was launched in September 2015, the tablet clearly draws history. This year, three variants of the iPad Pro 2 are much-awaited: the 9.7-inch, 10.5-inch, and the iPad Pro 2 12.9-inch. Last month, Tech Radar reported an update on the 10.5-inch Apple iPad Pro 2 and said that the tablet has entered production.
Its nearly a month since the report was published and Apple does not release another update yet whether fans can expect the first variant of the Apple iPad Pro 2 this month or so. Meanwhile, if this would come into realization, the expected price for the 9.7-inch model will start at $599, the 12.9-inch at $799, so the price of the mid-size can fall in between the prices of the two variants.
While everyone is waiting for the Apple iPad Pro 2, according to Macrumors, Apple's Annual Worldwide Developers Conference is approaching in the next two months. The session would happen this year in San Jose, California from June 5th to the 9th. At the event, developers and Apple engineers at the count of more than 1,000 will show on the event.
At the WWDC event which was to be held for the first time in San Jose is expected to unveil upcoming products covering some hardware and software pride of the company. It is expected that Apple will unveil the latest version of its MacOS and iOS as well as new versions of tvOs and watchOS. Aside from the Operating Systems, Apple is also expected to announce a possible new hardware or gadget at the WWDC as a follow up to previous events.
To recall, Apple has announced last years some versions of the iOS and the MacOS "Sierra," along with watchOS 3 and tvOS. While to trace the history, Apple has revealed the iPad Pro to the public on the 9th of September 2015 during an Apple Special Event. Thus, its still a big question whether the Apple iPad Pro 2 will be announced at the event on June.