May 13, 2017 11:35 AM EDT
In almost a month, an Apple iPad Pro 2 is said to be available. A leaked screenshot implies the coming of 10.5-inch variant.
TechRadar reported the rounded up rumors of the much-awaited Apple iPad Pro 2. The heavily rumored 10.5-inch iPad Pro 2 was strengthened by a leaked screenshot suggesting the tablet is almost there. This would mean that fans should only wait for almost a month to grab the iPad Pro 2 on their hands.
The leaked screenshot was said to come from an Apple authorized reseller clearly showing the coming of the 10.5-inch iPad Pro 2 in June. Trusted Reviews explained further the source of the said leak and the site explained that the image shows that there would be three different colors options for the iPad Pro 2.
The 10.5-inch iPad Pro 2 leaked image showed Urban Armor Gear (UAG) Metropolis Folio Case in Cobalt/Silver, Magma/Silver, and Black/Silver color options. Likewise, the listed available colors of the iPad Pro 2 were set for an availability date of June 2017.
Furthermore, another thing to support the speculation on the Apple iPad Pro 2 10.5-inch variant release date is the report a few months ago stating that the tablet was already in production. And even though, the April 2017 estimated release date was never realized, there's a bigger chance that it will be launched in June.
Besides the annual Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference or WWDC will take place from June 5 to 12 or if, there are several days more in June to wait for the Apple iPad Pro 2. However, there are some negative insights that the leaked screenshot was a hoax for its easy to doctor an image. Meanwhile, it's still best to prepare if ever the dates will be the real release date of the iPad Pro 2 to grab the Apple product first hand.
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