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iPad Pro 2 Updates, Specs & Release Date: Will Apple Launch Follow-Up This September?

Update Date: May 31, 2016 06:00 AM EDT

With the iPad Pro 9.7 still an up to date device, developer Apple could also be now hatching what's up for the next installment of the iPad, with what could be named as iPad Pro 2, for lack of the proper term.

The month of September which is just four months away has been speculated to be the launching point for iPad Pro2 as the first iPad Pro graced the market via the same month in 2015 and the 9.7 followed suit with a March 2016 reveal, according to PC Advisor.

They also pointed out that the improved pattern for the much sizable iPad Pro and the petite sized 9.7in model could have its looks and specs rejuvenated by March 2017.

The website pointed it out that it will be more sensible, however, a second option also may be reconsidered. The company could also go into hibernation and wait until March next year for a full dual launch with both iPad Pro 2 models simultaneously.

Another rumored option stated by the site is that an autumn launch could also go into full swing with two sizes of the iPad Pro 2, however, this could be farfetched as the 9.7in would still be on its early market release stage for it to deserve a new and upgraded version.

There a few possibilities for the iPad Pro 2 launch but we're not expecting anything before this autumn, despite WWDC coming up shortly in June. 

Expected for the iPad Pro 2 specs and features as mentioned in the site is that Apple will continue with the rose gold hue which has been prevalent in most of their other Apple releases.

The website also predicted that the specs will at least match the 9.7in model which could mean that adding up the True Tone option will spontaneously fine-tune the white balance along with the 12Mp iSight camera for the Live Photos and 4K video recording and the 5Mp front FaceTime HD camera with the Retina Flash.

Check back on us soon as these are all rumor on our part that has been buzzing up on the Internet.

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