The USP of Apple is that it never lets you come out of a product launch hangover! And guess what? Two new iPad models may be hitting the stores as early as next month!
While the company is tight-lipped as ever regarding the launch, some hints are out in the daylight. A filing uncovered by a French website Consomac indicates that Apple received approval from the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) for two devices described as “tablet computers” with prefixes ‘CC’ and ‘AA’ before their numbers.
Though the launch period is not mentioned, ECC gives us a big clue. The iPhone maker generally registers its products a month before the official announcement. This pattern makes it obvious that the company may launch the new models in March.
Though not much is known about these mystery iPads, speculations suggest that the two models could be the 10.5 inch and 12.9 inch iPad Pros, a modified version of the 9.7 inch iPad that was introduced last March for $329 in the US. The new models are also expected to have Apple’s latest Face ID feature.
The wait begins!
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