Rumors about a bigger-sized iPad, allegedly called the iPad Pro, have been surfacing the web for quite some time now. We too have been keeping you informed with the least hearsay, suggesting that there will be two different models of the 12.9-inch â€˜iPad Proâ€™ in 2014 or just one that will launch somewhere in fall. But there are many who are skeptical about its success, such as Rhoda Alexander, director of tablet and monitor research at market research firm IHS. Albeit acknowledging that there have been larger panels in the manufacturing line, the analyst says that these are just experimental, in Appleâ€™s case:
Despite the fact that Samsung has launched some 12+ inch sized tablets at the beginning of this month, the analyst doesnâ€™t seem to think that thereâ€™s yet enough demand for such a product. And the product placement of an iPad Pro is another problem which doesnâ€™t seem characteristic for Apple.
What do you think - are there more pro reasons for Apple to come up with a bigger sized iPad or more against it?