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iPad Pro (Rumors)

The iPad Pro is a rumored new product from Apple that is expected to compete with tablet / laptop computer hybrid solutions like Microsoft's Surface Pro 3.

While there aren't many confirmed details about the iPad Pro at this point in time, analysts expect it to debut sometime in 2015 and feature a display size in the range of 12.2 to 12.9 inches while still offering a 7mm-thick form factor similar in depth to other iPads. The iPad Pro is also expected to include the same A8X processor featured in the 2014 iPad Air 2 release.

Expected Features on the iPad Pro

One expected feature in that iPad Pro that current iPads aren't able to offer is the ability to run two apps at once on the same screen in a split-screen multitasking faction, enabling capabilities such as viewing a web page while using FaceTime or watching a video while also working on a document or spreadsheet.







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