New iPad Pro and iPod Inspired Apple TV Concept

Lately, the German website has released a new concept of iPad Pro featuring a 12.9 inch edge-to-edge screen. It’s the same source that released concept for Apple TV that comes with a remote with iPod Touch like controls.

Here’s the iPad Pro concept: The Wall Street Journal did say in June 2013 that Apple was testing an iPad prototype featuring a 12.9 inch screen. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo doesn’t see it coming before 2015, even though the development of the tablet is being accelerated.

The original source of images says iPad Pro design has curved corners and a flat back. Speakers are on left and right of lightning connector. Touch ID is present, and the screen has a 4K-solution, LED backlights and IPS technology, with 3,072*2,304 pixels resolution (298 ppi). 64 bit architecture and A8 chipset will also come into play. A possible multi button pen is also called for.
Here’s the Apple TV concept

The source imagines the Apple TV with a 4K resolution, HDMI port 2.0 and the A7 chipset. The main attraction is the remote, which is a touch device rechargeable through the Apple TV, and the Remote iOS app will control the set top box. There’s also finishes of grey, gold and silver, and Apple TV four is going to be thin; 1.67 cm. There is also SADC, Dolby Digital Plus, True HD and dts-HD. There might also be an Apple TV App Store for games.

A few salient points by
  • The iPad Pro design is pretty close to its siblings, the iPad mini Retina and iPad Air. Curved corners and a flat back. Sound is provided from speakers that are placed left and right from the Lightning connector.
  • Touch ID is integrated in the saphire glass protected home button, which was introduced for iPhone 5s.
  • The screen is 12.9 inch wide and has a 4K-solution with 3,072×2,304 pixels (298 ppi), using LED-backlights and IPS-technology.
  • Even though it’s wider, it’s still as thin as the iPad Air: 7.5 mm.
  • The bigger screen with more pixels requires an A8 chipset with 64-bit-architecture.
  • Apps for the iPad Air are shown optimized by the iPad Pro. Dedicated apps – labelled with “Pro” – use the higher resolution and performance of the all new iPad Pro.
  • New pencils may fully employ all the features like pressure sensitivity. But don’t hold your breath for a multi button pen made by Apple.
What do you think of all this?


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