A rumours of a large screen Apple device has been sprouting up for quite a long time now. Unfortunately though with every Apple event, the leaksters are being proved wrong.
Nevertheless this year too, the rumour mills have hinted many a times regarding the Cupertino giant's upcoming range of iPad. While some rumours seem to be fairly believable the others are not quite so. It all started off with the rumour of the upcoming 2015 iPad Mini4.
Leaksters tipped that the upcoming Mini may come with the beefy internals of the flagship iPad Air2 which was launched last year. This is something that can be relied upon, considering the fact that the Mini lineup from Apple has always lived under the shadows of the flagship Air range.
Hence considering the Mini4 to get an upgrade in terms of specifications donned by the previous gen Air2 is fairly believable. Apple's existing gen Mini3 wasn't a big upgrade from its predecessor and so it's quite natural for the company to step up the ante in the Mini lineup.
But the strange part is that the Cupertino company isn't looking to upgrade their existing Air2! Considering the fact that Apple Mini4 will be placed in the same performance tier as the Air2, tech analysts at Gizbot are finding it to relate the reason behind the strange move.
Tipsters however are quite convinced. According to a recent report by Apple's Supply Chain leaksters, the main motive behind the Apple's strange move is for giving an impetus to its to-be-launched Apple iPad Pro. The tipster further adds that the first round of production for the iPad Pro will start in September, while the mass
production is scheduled for October.
Today's rumor allegedly coming from the company's display line further emphasizes the previous rumour that the upcoming iPad Pro will indeed sport a 12.9 inch display made by Sharp.