This Just In: Apple to Revamp its iPad

Apple fans get ready!

Your favorite iPad is reported to be getting a revamp this coming March, together with an eye-catching color for the iPhone 7 and 7 plus, and plans for a 128gb iPhone SE. Apple is also set to unveil for bigger iPads next month, ranging from 7.9 inches to 12.9 inch models.

So what does this mean for Apple fans?

This simply means that those who have the current iPad mini 4 will be replaced with a much better model of the iPad with bigger and wider screens and a refreshing new OS; according to the Japanese website, Macotakara.

Macotakara also reports that these newer models of the iPad Pro would still pretty look the same as its mini counterpart although it would have an edge-to-edge display, the proposed 7.9 model will come equipped with a 12mp iSight camera with True Tone flash and a display similar to its larger counterparts, it will also come with a Smart Connector and run on A9X chips while its bigger brothers will have the A10x.

 Macotakara continues its report that a red variant for the iPhone 7 and 7 plus are also in the works, as well as a much better iPhone SE with a whopping 128gb storage capacity. The iPhone SE is rumored to be a 4-inch phone that is said to have a great number of improvements from the 2013 iPhone, including having NFC support that will allow users contact-less payments for purchases and the likes with Apply Pay. The iPhone SE is also said to include Live Photos along with it 12mp rear camera and a 1,642 mAh battery, we might also see much newer iWatch bands next month with names such as Space Black Milanese Loop. While these all sound exciting, remember that tech news such as this do not mean you should immediately upgrade your gadget, this holds true especially for those who do buy gadgets every 3 to 5 years or those who are completely new to the world of Apple; although some are simply compelled to buy a new product once a new update is announced.

Also rumored for the upcoming launch is perhaps the much anticipated upgrade for the Macbook range that many had been waiting for.

Hopefully, this revamp on the iPad can help put it back on track as the US technology has suffered dwindling sales on its tablets in the last couple of years, although the iPad Pro and the iPad 9.7 inch model are still well received by many even up to day especially for the creative individuals. Apple is also set to introduce its OLED display on its iPads by 2018.

Although still in its planning stages, sources close to Apple says that the technology giant has no plans to remove the 3.5 mm earphone jack on its revamped iPads unlike it did on the iPhone 7 and 7 plus back in 2016.

Apple is also set to launch three new smartphones this year with the iPhone 7 Pro being the flagship model which is rumored to have dual cameras and wireless charging similar to the iPad Pro.