“Apple Inc. has been linked for sometime with the production of an iPad Pro tablet,” Christopher Morris writes for ValueWalk. “The thoughts behind this is that the release of an iPad with a higher spec would attract people back to what is effectively a stalling product niche. It is perhaps too harsh to describe the iPad’s recent performance as failure, but there is clearly a lack of growth in this sector, despite the fact that the Apple tablet remains the market leader.”
“There are actually several reasons to believe that this device could have a major impact on Apple tablet sales,” Morris writes. “A larger screen tablet offering would particularly appeal to business customers, while a faster processor and increased RAM would clearly suit to the sort of processor-intensive tasks that businesses typically ask of tablet computers. A bundled stylus could also be useful for mobile computing within some companies. And there is a wealth of potential in the Force Touch technology which will surely be included in the iPad Pro, which that recently a major part of the Apple Watch release.”
Much more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Give us side-by-side or even just improved iOS multitasking with sufficient RAM onboard (for once; iPads to date have always been RAM-starved) and we might be able to actually replace our MacBook Airs with iPad Pros. An iPad Air with the same would also be welcome. Right now, while working on the go, our iPad Airs are distant second choices behind our 11-inch MacBook Airs.