May 27, 2017 | Updated: 06:35 PM EDT

Apple Will Dazzle The WWDC By Introducing New Siri Speaker & Edgeless 10.5” Ipad Pro

May 18, 2017 06:12 AM EDT

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(Photo : Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) The new 9.7' iPad Pro is displayed during an Apple special event at the Apple headquarters on March 21, 2016 in Cupertino, California. Apple CEO announced the iPhone SE and a 9.7' version of the iPad Pro.

Apple is reported to launch the 10.5" iPad pro and new Siri speaker at the annual developer conference going to be held next month. KGI securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reaffirmed the rumors recently.

Ming-Chi Kuo has revealed that the 10.5" iPad Pro will resemble the 9.7" iPad in dimensions. One of the three iPads to be released, the 10.5" iPad will see a cut down in bezels and the display vision being packed in a smaller frame. Kuo claimed earlier that Apple will rival Amazon Echo by launching Siri speaker.

The Siri speaker launch date is yet to be announced, and Digit reports that this might be directed at developers to enable the device related software. However, one thing is clear that the speaker will exceed Amazon Echo's $229 when released.

The launch of the 10.5" iPad Pro will solve the mystery regarding the design on the much awaited iPhone 8, claims tech geeks including Mac Rumors. The device will house an A10X processor, although the reports are yet to be confirmed. A stationary home button will be incorporated much like the iPhone 7.

The launch of three iPads simultaneously has baffled the technical world, as statistics showing a dip of 13 percent in recent sales of iPads. There is no denying that Apple can turn the screws effortlessly with Tim Cook sporting an optimistic view. The 10.5" iPad Pro will, however, be the second largest iPad to be released; the 12.5" iPad will also don WWDC speculated for a June 5 kick-off.

Apple will be pinning their hopes on the Siri speaker that will boast of the highly rated touch panel display. Information regarding the dimensions of the speaker has not been revealed yet. A higher price tag might be the cause of Apple's undoing as Amazon Echo has already got the ball rolling. Meanwhile for more updates on iPad 10.5" stay tuned with us!