Apple's 2019 iPads Could Get a Size Bump

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It's unclear where the model would fall in Apple's iPad lineup, but it would likely offer a mid-tier price above the $329 iPad model while remaining cheaper than the iPad Pro models.

Other than these improved services, Apple is also expected to reveal some new devices during their March event.

Earlier iPad rumors had also suggested Apple would jump to a 10.2-inch model from the current 9.7-inch offering. All accessories shipped with the iPad Pro 10.5 and 12.9 (2017) are brand new, although you may have to settle for a generic white retail box. The leak, coming from a Twitter user who goes by the name CoinX, says the Cupertino-based tech giant is planning to release a non-Pro iPad with a 10.5-inch screen, and a 10.2-inch iPad believed to be the iPad 7.

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It evoked condemnation from the Organization of American States, which comprises 35 countries in North and South America.

Doing this allows Apple to spend less on creating new hardware and designs, while producing more options for consumers. Since publishers aren't interested in Apple's revenue sharing conditions, some news outlets might not be part of this app when released, according to The Wall Street Journal. The report only refers to the new hardware releases as the new-generation iPad and AirPods 2 and hasn't revealed any details about them.

And since the two devices CoinX tweeted about are launching at different times, it might be reasonable to assume that a 10.5-inch "new" iPad with a notch and no bezels could clear out even more models when it launches as the iPad of the future sometime later.

Sources cited by DigiTimes claim that the new iPad models, as well as the AirPods, will be officially introduced at Apple's March 25 event, which will revolve around Apple Video, the iPhone-maker's movie streaming service.