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iPad Pro 2019 Features, Specs: Expect No Major Changes, Apple Gets Lazy Again
Many might believe that the iPad Pro 2019 is going to be a huge improvement over its 2018 counterpart, but this is not likely to be the case. Based on past trends and the predictions by analysts regarding the matter, users might be better off simply getting the existing iPad Pro right now. It would not be much different when the 2019 version comes out anyway, and there are some huge deals available right now.
It was previously claimed by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo that the iPad Pro 2019 could be entering mass production phase later this year, MacRumors recently reported. This would mean that customers can expect the model to start hitting the market in 2020 or so. However, there really is no need to wait that long to get a device of comparable performance.
The iPad Pro 2019 is largely expected to be nothing more than a refresh of the 2018 unit. There might be some slight changes such as the design, and it could even come with a larger screen. Who knows? However, the thing that most analysts seem to agree on is that Apple will not make any drastic changes with this particular model.
More than anything else, Apple has been on something of a cyclical change of late in that it doesn’t really offer anything new in an annual trend the way it used to. Back in the Steve Jobs era, users could expect bigger and better things from the company’s products. These days, it has become all too common for people to expect that something like the iPad Pro 2019 won’t offer many improvements to the 2018 model.
For some context, the iPad Pro 2019 will still likely come with the same chipset and memory. It is also expected to run a little better, but not by much due to software upgrades. With this being the case, going with the 2018 version would definitely be advised.