Apple is unpredictable when it comes to releasing dates. Rumors revealed that Apple will release a 12.9-inch iPad Pro 2 at the WWDC.

More than a year ago, Apple had released its Apple iPad Pro in the U.K. Now, Apple fans are expecting to see its successor, the Apple iPad Pro 2 at the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference on June 5-9 in San Jose, California.

Blorge reported that even though its not yet confirmed if the Apple iPad Pro 2 will be launched at the WWDC. However, some rumors claim that its possible that Apple will feature a 12.9-inch model.

Expert Reviews further confirms the rumor and recalled that Apple had released its first 12.9-inch display model two years ago. It has been also claimed the possibility that Apple might launch its iPad Pro 2 on Apple store at the WWDC event in June.

Moving on with its price, the first iPad Pro 32GB 12.9-inch was sold at the price of less than $900. Additionally, the 128GB at the price of more than $1000 and the 256GB at the price of $1200. With these base prices of the first iPad Pro for the 12.9-inch model, its successor, the Apple iPad Pro 2 price might come somehow higher.

The 12.9-inch Apple iPad Pro 2 when eventually will come out at the WWDC event in June is expected to look thinner and lighter as compared to the previous model. The iPad Pro 2 will also come out with water-resistant technology, present a TrueTone screen runs at 120Hz and the Touch Bar.

One of the best changes with the Apple iPad Pro 2 is the full disappearance of the 3.5mm headphone jack and will be replaced by a Bluetooth-powered headphone capability. The quality of the cameras will be also upgraded and gets compatibility with the 2nd generation of the MacBook.