iPad Pro 2018: When Will The Apple Tablet Device Launch?
A lot of pundits were expecting that the iPad Pro 3 or iPad Pro 2018 would be one of the devices that will be unveiled during Apple’s September Keynote event. However, the event passed without any announcement regarding this year’s iPad Pro device.
Theories On iPad Pro 2018 Release Date
Since we did not see a new iPad Pro this year, tech fans and journalists are left scrambling as to what this means. No one saw the absence of an iPad Pro during the Apple Keynote in advance so it was a shock when the event ended without a new tablet announcement.
Is it possible that Apple is going to abandon the development of the iPad Pro from now on? It does not seem the case. But a lot of Apple fans are worried about it. This is considering that a skip in a product line usually means that it is no longer among the priorities of the company.
Apple’s decision not to announce a new iPad Pro is especially a surprise considering the numerous reports about the tablet, according to Mirror. During the months leading up to the Keynote event, many media and tech outlets have been posting about it.
For now, it seems that we will have to wait for a full year before we see a new iPad Pro. While a lot of people pointed out that the company could release it in spring 2019, it is more likely that Apple will stick to its usual October release window.
Why Didn’t We See A New iPad Pro?
There are a lot of theories as to why we may not be getting an iPad Pro 2018 release. The chief one is Apple redirecting most of its R&D funds to the development of the 2018 iPhones. It can be remembered that the company was “disappointed” with the sales of the iPhone X, even though it went on to become the year’s bestselling smartphone, according to BGR.
Why exactly was the reason for skipping a Pro release this year? Only Apple can really answer.
When do you think will Apple release the iPad Pro 2018? Why do you think was the release of the highly-awaited tablet device postponed? Tell us about your thoughts in the comments section.