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A handful of images -- including concept designs and purportedly leaked photos -- that hint at the iPad Pro 2's design and features.
Benjamin Geskin has released a torrent of new iPad mockups, drawings and images (via iDrop News and Twitter). This one is a concept image of what he calls the "2017 iPad Pro."
Geskin's take on 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch versions of the forthcoming iPad Pro 2. He suggests that the new model will have a bezel, countering the edge-to-edge display rumors.
According to Geskin, this is an image of a case manufacturer's mockup of a 10.5-inch iPad Pro 2, which he used to develop a series of computer-assisted drawings.
Another angle, showing a Lightning connector and what appears to be two speaker grilles.
From the top perspective, a 3.5mm headphone jack, two speaker grilles and the power button.
Similar to the current generation iPad Pro, the mockup's sides appears to have volume buttons, speaker grilles, a Smart connector and a SIM card port.
One of a series of computer-aided design drawings based on an iPad dummy model that was reportedly provided to case manufacturers. Geskin said the next iPad is "already in mass production."
On this edge: two speaker grilles and a Lightning connector.
This angle shows two microphones, two speaker grilles and a 3.5mm headphone jack along one edge.
Another view of Geskin's CAD drawing of the iPad Pro 2.
Published by 9to5Mac, this "leaked" image appears to be a drawing of the forthcoming 10.5-inch iPad Pro's dimensions. If authentic, the iPad Pro 2 is slightly longer, wider and thicker than the current generation 9.7-inch iPad Pro.
Supporting Benjamin Geskin's reports, @ShaiMizrachi claims that a Chinese factory has begun production of this 10.5-inch iPad case, ostensibly for the forthcoming iPad Pro 2.
Another view of what's said to be a case for the rumored 10.5-inch iPad Pro 2, alongside a current-generation 9.7-inch iPad Pro.
Another perspective of the purported case for the rumored 10.5-inch iPad Pro 2.
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