Over the past few months, more and more rumors have continued to emerge suggesting Apple has a large screen iPad in works. While reports have been swirling since past year, the past two months have been telling more crucial details regarding what we can expect.
Earlier this month, it was reported that Apple could launch the iPad Pro sometime in the first half of 2015. According to new predictions from reliable KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPad Pro may not enter mass production until the second quarter of 2015.
Kuo believes that that the iPad Pro will use an oxide panel to achieve a "high resolution, quick response, and high color saturation," That's the reason why Apple has apparently pushed back production until 2Q 2015.
So far little is known about the 12-inch iPad Pro. Rumors suggest that the much-hyped tablet will be targeted at the enterprise segment of the market. Reportedly, it would be powered with Apple's A8X chipset.
Last month, The Wall Street Journal indicated Apple had delayed its planned December mass production of the tablet in order to focus more on producing the iPhone 6 Plus.
If Apple is really building the iPad Pro, it would be their first tablet in a few years with a mammoth display. Again, nothing can be confirmed until Apple makes it official themselves.
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