2017 Apple iPad Lineup Goes On Sale Next Month?

Feb 10, 2017 01:12 PM EST | Leian N.

The 2017 Apple iPad lineup had finally been unveiled after the brand announced a depletion of its revenue. The said franchise would be made available for purchase come next month. In fact, the products had been reported to be innovated by the top-quality gadget maker.

It was just last week that Tim Cook announced the coming of the 2017 Apple iPad lineup. It was. However, just recently that reports clarified the upgrades to the latest models. As reported by BGR, the gadget would be sold with a 9.7in screen for its standard model, a 12.9in would be for the iPad Pro, and the 10.5in screen would be for the display models which were said to be similar to the upcoming iPhone 8.

A press release would be held for the 2017 Apple iPad lineup members sometime next month. In fact, spoilers already revealed that the 12.9in and 10.5in models will have the new A10X processor installed, the latter to have an edgeless display with minimal bezels. Furthermore, shipping for the 12.9in models would be shipped to Canada, U.S., Japan, Germany, U.K., France, and Australia in two to three weeks' time.

In other news, Apple Insider revealed that other products such as the iPad Air 2 will no longer be available for purchase at the MacMall, particularly the 32gb Wi-Fi only models along with the LTE 128gb models. Despite the decline of the model in sales, the two Apple iPad Pro models have been considered as the new entry-level model for the brand.

The Apple iPad Air 2 may be phasing out of the market but the brand will introduce the all-new 2017 Apple iPad lineup as early as next month. In fact, the specs of the models have been deemed to have performance levels similar to the iPhone 6s and the upcoming iPhone 8. Furthermore, the prices for the upcoming models were predicted to be from $599 to $799 and above. 

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