Apple is expected to use the 10-nanometer A10X chip in the next iPad Pro but it not being able to make enough of them quick enough could put the release date of the iPad Pro in jeopardy. It is 70-414 exam suspected that the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is the source of the delay, which Apple have readily relied on when it comes to providing chips for its iDevices.
The last news report about the iPad Pro 2 was from Ming-Chi Kuo who predicted that there will be three variants 070-414 of the phablet: the 9.7-inch Pro, the 12.9-inch Pro and the 10.5-inch variant. The last model is believed to be marketed towards the education and business sectors.
The article claimed that the only thing that will remain as bezel in the new phablet would be the top “with the FaceTime camera is equipped.” There will also no home button to speak of in the new device.
There’s also the rumor about the next iPad Pros being foldable, at least based on the patent applied 070-414 dumps for by Apple. But then again, this is a new technology that might not see to fruition next year.