Another iPad family is approaching in 2017 which are going to have different screen sizes and a new report demonstrates that while Apple will revive its enormous 12.9-inch iPad Pro, it will likewise be presenting fresh new models that will be fitted in with the smaller screen range, however their sizes are yet to be completely affirmed.

A past report proposed that while the 12.9-inch model would be invigorated, there would likewise be a model in the middle of the 10.5-10.9-inch screen range. At this moment, it is the model in the middle of it, that is giving these reports some inconvenience with regards to preciseness in light of the fact that the correct screen size details still avoid them. This isn’t unusual on the grounds that we’ve now observed past iPad models from Apple so we recognize what kind of sizes to expect.

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Another report from Ming-Chi Kuo (through MacRumors) states the accompanying about the iPad family:

“We note the 12.9″ model will be the second generation of the existing 12.9″ iPad Pro, the 10-10.5″ model will be the high-end model equipped with a narrow bezel design, and the 9.7″ model will be the low-priced option. The former two models will have an A10X chip manufactured by TSMC (2330 TT, NT$183.5, N), while the latter comes with an A9 chip made by Samsung LSI. Although we estimate iPad shipments in 2017 will drop again YoY to 35-37mn units, we except the decline to narrow to 10% from 2016’s roughly 20%, given that the 10-10.5″ model may see more demand from commercial/enterprises and tender markets, while the low-priced 9.7″ model may have a greater shipment contribution and likely account for 50-60% of total shipments of new iPads.”

The report proposes that Apple may be more effective in offering tablets, despite the fact that there is going to be a little decrease in shipments. With lighter, compact and productive gadgets, for example, 2-in-1 engulfing the market, it is difficult to help shoppers move towards an iPad buy, in spite of Apple’s upgraded iOS platform.

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