Apple iPad Pro with 12.9-inch to Equip Force Touch Feature [Report]

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    The Cupertino based tech giant Apple is readying itself to launch the next-generation iPad, widely believe to be called the iPad Pro with with 12.2-inch or 12.9-inch Ultra HD display.

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    Apple iPad Pro with 12.9-inch to Equip Force Touch Feature [Report]

    As per the latest report, this yet-to-be-launched iPad Pro will have Force Touch input technology. Apart from this, it will have the Split View feature, which was announced by the company at WWDC in June this year.

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    According to the well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, on large screen, he said, "We also believe a Force Touch-enabled stylus will enhance productivity as it would offer more precise operation than using only fingers," Kuo wrote. "Technically, we believe the stylus can be made compatible with iPad models other than the 12.9-inch version, but it depends on the support of software"

    Apple iPad Pro with 12.9-inch to Equip Force Touch Feature [Report]

    Earlier reports had claimed that the iPad Pro might support USB-C connectivity, wireless NFC connectivity. Moreover, the new Bluetooth stylus will be sold separately from the iPad pro. Also, the mass production of the iPad Pro will begin in September and October.

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    So far, the specs sheet for Apple's iPad Pro remains unknown. Meanwhile, some rumors claim the crazy beast might feature an A8X processor, 2GB of RAM, a 4K screen, and a working stylus.


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