[Rumor] 12.9-Inch iPad Pro Retina Display Supposedly Already in Production in Korea

Discussion in 'Apple iPad News' started by dgstorm, Nov 19, 2013.

By dgstorm on Nov 19, 2013 at 1:56 PM
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    For now we will have to call this one a rumor. Supposedly, a 12.9-inch iPad Pro Retina display is already in production by a “1st tier supplier in Korea.†This new display will supposedly have nearly a UHD resolution. Here's a quote with the details,

    What's particularly intriguing about this report is that it hints at an early 2014 launch of the device. This would fly in the face of earlier launches by Apple, but might not be too surprising since this would be an entirely new product. What do you guys think of a 12.9-inch iPad?

    Source: UnWiredView


Discussion in 'Apple iPad News' started by dgstorm, Nov 19, 2013.

    1. AQ_OC
      I'd have to see one in action to know how I really feel about such a product.
    2. willerz2
      Agreed. The price may be close to the MBA, in which case, you may as well opt for the MBA if you're planning to get a keyboard to go with it.
    3. Ser Aphim
      Ser Aphim
      If Apple makes that its not an tablet anymore. Its more of a laptop with no keyboard and has iOS in it. I think all that technology would go great with their macbooks. On an iPad something that large just kinda makes you look insanse in my opinion.
    4. s2mikey
      Yeah, but I'm pretty smitten with the iPad air as it is right now. They knew exactly what they were doing making the iPad screen 9.7". It's perfect, IMO. That being said, it's great for those who would like a larger screen. I think it's going to be too much but that's just my opinion.
    5. Ser Aphim
      Ser Aphim
      I guess it could also be good for education. Or being a replacement TV, or a canvas for drawing. I think these are the best uses for that;
    6. AQ_OC
      I think if you plan to carry it around and hold it like we do with other tablets, then you are right. However, there may be other uses for such a device. For example, you could build a permanent mount for it, with in plugged in 24/7. Then it is just a touch screen computer running iOS and its apps. There could be an entirely different usage model for this -- point of sale devices, demonstrations to groups, or just image viewing. I don't see this as having the same appeal as the smaller devices, but it is still a tablet, a computer, and an iPad. I don't see a use for it for me, especially given what they will likely charge for it, but there may still be a need and a market. Apple is said to be looking more into corporate stuff and this device may even be useful in schools. Students come into a room and every desk has one of these built in....you can't pick it up and take it off, but you can use it for reading, interacting, and surfing the web. I don't think this has to be considered an alternative to a laptop, either.
    7. tlbaker
      I wouldn't mind having a larger iPad for home the older I get, the worse off my eyes are. Each time I visit the eye doc I get a stronger prescription for my reading glasses. I even took in a fav old pair frames for stronger new lenses lol.

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    8. AQ_OC
      And a lot of seniors have disposable cash to pay for such things, too.
    9. tlbaker
      Well, I wish this were the case for me, I just turned 49 so I have a lot more working years ahead of me unless I win lotto!! :)

      Sent from my Black 64GB Fifth Generation iPod touch using iPF

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