Apple rumoured to launch 4 iPads in March 2017

Japanese website Mac Otakara cites that Apple is aiming to expand its iPad Pro lineup
Apple is reportedly reviving its iPad Pro range
Apple is reportedly reviving its iPad Pro range


Apple fans are in for a treat as the tech giant is reportedly refreshing its entire iPad range with four new models to be released this March.

According to Japanese website, Mac Otakara, Apple will unveil a new iPad Pro range in four sizes: 12.9", 10.5", 9.7" and 7.9". If accurate, Apple will upgrade its existing iPad Pro models, the 9.7" and 12.3" and the new 7.9" could potentially be a replacement for the iPad mini 4.

The report also highlights that the 12.9" and 9.7" iPad Pros could feature a 12-megapixel rear camera and True Tone display. Furthermore, the 7.9" iPad Pro could have a Smart Connector, which will enable users to connect a keyboard.

The 7.9", 9.7" and 12.9" iPad Pro's are expected to start shipping in March, whereas the 10.5" model will launch in May.

As always with rumours this is speculation as Apple is yet to make a comment.

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