“Whether or not a new 12-plus-inch iPad becomes an actual product, case makers are betting on leaked design specifications, and a new video offers an idea of just how big a so-called ‘iPad Pro’ might be,” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider.
“The comparison of a full-size 9.7-inch iPad Air with the supposed iPad Pro cases was shared by YouTube channel Unbox Therapy on Friday,” Hughes reports. “The cases suggest that Apple’s anticipated larger iPad will sport about the same thickness as the current-generation iPad Air 2.”
Hughes reports, “An enlarged printout of the iPad Air 2 scaled to fit the new cases shows a screen that measures about 12.5 inches diagonally, though rumors have suggested Apple will adopt a 12.9-inch display for the new model.”
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By the way, a prototype iPad that went up for auction on eBay in 2012, featured dock connecters in both portrait and landscape mode. In addition, Apple patent application illustrations for iPad showed a device with landscape and portrait dock connectors. If this thing is to be targeted to business users, it will most likely require a way for it to be docked in landscape mode, perhaps to an Apple iPad keyboard dock.