Apple might redesign iPad Pro 2 as netizens slam latest minor upgrades

Some Japanese analysts have speculated that the new products of iPad Pro 2 range will be launched around March 20


Apple might opt to redesign the iPad Pro 2 as netizens have been rather displeased with the latest minor update. Many users are not happy with the recent upgradation of the 9.7 inch device by Apple because it only includes minor updates. Some users even went on to call it "non-sense" to have minor upgrades, reported the University Herald.

There have been rumors that Apple is actually going to release three separate variants for the iPad Pro-9.7-inch, 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch models. According to Macworld iPad Pro doesn't need a refresh. However, with the minor updates, it's really not clear why the iPad Pro is called a "Pro".

The 12.9 inch model doesn't have many features that the 9.7 inch unit has, such as True Tone display, broader LTE support, wide color gamut and better camera quality. It's definitely not supposed to happen, especially with Apple, the tech firm, which is known to indeed offer more for the higher versions but still keeps the lower models satisfactory.

Based on the supply chain data, while the 9.7-inch iPad Pro is expected to be announced next week.

Although there have been many complaints from the users regarding the minor updates and speculations about the new design of the iPad Pro 2, the company has not officially announced anything in this regard.

This article was first published on March 19, 2017