Earlier today, Sonny Dickson got his hands on a few alleged cases for Apple’s latest rumored tablet, the iPad Pro. The pictures show a design similar to that of the iPad Air 2. The rumored iPad Pro is expected to have a display size measuring between 12.2″ and 12.9″, which is substantially larger than the other iPads available.
These alleged cases for the iPad Pro show us that the tablet will look like the iPad Air 2 (thin casing with thin bezels) with a few extra features due to the larger size. Like the iPad Air 2, the camera will be on the back left of the tablet, the headphone jack on the top right and a microphone in the place of the ring/silent switch. The iPad Pro is rumored to come with four speakers, which each pictured case has a space for (two on top and two on bottom) and dual charge ports (one on the bottom and one on the side) for either Lightning or USB-C. The tablet is also rumored to be powered by the triple-core A8X processor, which is found in the iPad Air 2, and measure about 7mm thin.
It is unclear if these cases were created because of the latest rumors (and leaked blueprints) for the iPad Pro or if the case manufacturers were given exact specifications by Apple. Chinese case manufacturers have created cases before ahead of product launches and sometimes they are on par, like with the iPhone 6, and sometimes they are way off, like with the teardrop-shaped iPhone 5.
The iPad Pro is expected to launch in the fall alongside the fourth generation iPad mini and third generation iPad Air.
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