More than three years ago, Apple’s iPad Pro was an unmitigated success.
With an all-new design, it made its debut with a price tag of $999.
It was also the first tablet to support a 5K display.
But the company’s tablet business had its struggles as Apple was plagued by a lack of compelling devices, a shrinking user base and a $1 billion lawsuit.
In 2016, Apple announced that it was taking the iPad Pro to a new level by introducing the iPad Air.
With a $499 price tag, the iPad was designed to be the tablet that every Apple fan wanted.
It also introduced the first-ever Apple Pencil to the market, and the company also added support for Apple’s AirPods.
But the iPad line-up was plagued with problems.
When the iPad Mini was introduced, it was also one of the first devices to come with a 6-inch display, which Apple deemed too small for the iPad.
The iPad Air also came with a large screen, but it didn’t fit well with the rest of the lineup.
Then came the iPad mini.
With a price of $329, the new iPad Pro brought the iPad lineup to a whole new level, and Apple was able to sell over 50 million of the devices.
So what is the iPad Pros future?
Apple is currently working on an upgrade to the iPad family of tablets.
The company plans to release a new tablet every three years, and it will be an iPad Pro successor.
This would make the iPad 4 the first generation to be a fully upgraded iPad.
Currently, the first iPads will be the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
The iPhone 6 is expected to be released in late 2018, and a new iPhone 6S is also expected in 2020.
The iPad mini is expected in late 2020, and next year, the iPhone 5S will be released.