As Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s September event approaches rumors have also been on...

As Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s September event approaches rumors have also been on rise


Day before the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) September event many rumors are circling around about the firm’s new iPad Pro details. Apple has been reportedly set to launch its new iPad Pro at its September event, introducing both iPhone and iPads for the first time at a single event.

According to 9to5Mac reports, the new iPads are specifically targeted at business professionals, a monstrous 12.9 inch device that can run two full-size portrait iPad apps in landscape split-screen mode. In addition the new device also comes with a Force Touch display, a feature developed by Apple that senses the level of force exerted on a touchpad or similar display surface, and responds accordingly, and a separate Bluetooth enabled keyboard will also be part of the device, the reports added.

Based on the rumors, the entry-level iPad Pro will be available with 64GB of storage, a 128GB model will also be available, at a higher cost. The device features an A9X chip and built-in LTE chip. Apple’s latest iOS 9.1 operating system will be home of the device. The LTE-equipped iPad is likely to be very expensive.

New iPad Pro is available in gold, silver and space gray colors. Advance-booking will begin in October followed by the delivery until late November.

Only iPhones and iPads won’t be the part of the Apple’s much awaiting September event. In addition Apple is also expected to launch its updated Apple TV and new bands for the Apple watch along with iPad Pro and mini and iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus.

The new upcoming Apple iPhones will retain the same size as iPhone 6&6 Plus but come with improved camera, processor and other features. The updated Apple TV will also be a big focus of the event. Apple is confident to make an impressive impression on the minds of the tech lovers.

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