May 26, 2017 | Updated: 06:06 AM EDT

Apple iPad Pro 2 To Be Redesigned

Mar 21, 2017 02:53 AM EDT

 Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks about the iPad Pro during a Special Event at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium September 9, 2015 in San Francisco, California.
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Apple reportedly plans to redesign their upcoming iPad Pro variant tablets, due to public demands after reports revealed that netizens are hardly interested in upgrading to a higher variant of iPad that will carry the same body design. Apple is expected to announce the iPad Pro '2' very soon, with rumors indicating late March to be the perfect time for a new iPad to arrive into at the markets.

Sources from  Macworld allege that Apple will be offering a new variant as in intermediate between the current 9.7-inch iPad and the 12.9-inch variants, with a new 10.5-inch iPad making its way into the set of models offered to Apple iPad users. Among other reports, the iPad Pro 2 is expected to be unveiled at Apple's upcoming new corporate headquarters.

The iPad Pro 2 is expected to be equipped with an Apple A10X processor, increased memory capacity of 6GB and also a MacBook-type touch bar making its way into the new tablets from Apple for this year. That said, the dual-lens camera that's currently seen on the iPhone 7 Plus, is also a likely new introduction to the iPad Pro 2.

Apple also plans to offer a new 'Wine' color choice for customers as per the same report which highlighted that the information was gathered from a source familiar with Apple. Meanwhile, details from Trusted Reviews believe that Apple currently has no plans to hold a dedicated launch event pointing out that the devices might be directly introduced to the markets with as little as a press release highlighting the new product.

Other details also mentioned that supply chains have already begun with supplying necessary components for the new iPad Pro 2 and they believe the new iPads to be introduced around July this year which is a bit bizarre and goes against Apple's release schedule.