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It seems it's not long before Apple announces its next iPad Pro tablet. The date is not verified read about the possible dates here or more evidence suggesting the new tablet is heartbreaking near and can support a new Apple pen.
And the board can share the scene with a new MacBook of any kind, the announcement of AirPods 2 and an actual release date for the AirPower charge. 
Now, MacRumors reports that a leak on Twitter with previous history of calling Apple details has correctly made two requirements for the tablet.
It's going to be mighty thin
CoinCoin is a leaker whose Twitter handles are staggering look at @coiiiiiiiin. If your eyes went fun while trying to count how many times the letter I displayed in this name let me help: there are eight.
First of all, he has said that the thickness of the new tablet will be very, very thin indeed: only 5.9 mm.
Compare it to the 6.1mm thickness of the current iPad Pro, it's the one with a 10.5mm display. & nbsp; It's a 6.9mm measurement for the larger iPad Pro with its 12.9mm display and 7.5mm of the current iPad. There are also & nbsp; The 7.7 mm thickness of the iPhone XS.
Well, the iPhone XS certainly does not feel like it's fat. Remember, of course, a smartphone must be strong enough not to bend when it's in the jeans pocket, so it's a limit to how thin it can be.
An iPad, but quite obviously, does not fit in your pocket. Or, if it does, you can trust that they are not a step. I want to be sporty.
The thing is that tablets do not have to be the thinnest gadgets around because they are thin enough. But Apple knows that the weight of an iPad really means something like an ebook reader, a video player, a photo album and providing many other features that require you to keep it for long periods of time.
Size, in this context at least, does not matter, but the weight does, and if you really can shave 0.2mm of the thickness of an iPad, it's a weight-saving benefit.
But next to that, something else, like CoinCoin
Apple will remove the headset connector from iPad Pro
When you go under a certain thickness, you just can not get a headset connector in anything. This happened once with a very thin phone from Sony Ericsson, such as headphones that had a special and slim proprietary contact because the headphone jack was too big.
In other words, iPad Pro, if this rumor is true, the first Apple tablet becomes the ditch of 3.5mm headphone jack for the Lightning connector that has been the iPhone audio input ever since iPhone 7.  I resisted this rumor when it first discovered in July, claiming that Apple never tried to make the iPad follow iPhone unnecessarily.
But if Apple has managed to get the tablet's thickness below 6mm, then it can not have any choice.
There have been other leaks that recently suggest that a super-sifted iPad Pro comes so that the new tablet can be revolutionary in a number of ways, with a new Smart Connector thin mount that means that it being full screen and Face ID.
But there is still room for some caution among all these rumors. Apple is required to replace the Lightning connector with USB-C. This means potentially fast charging and the ability to send 4K HDR to external monitors.
I think it's very hard to believe that Apple would dump two contacts at the same time, ie 3.5mm headphone jack and lightning. If that's not anything, I'm not likely to create a whole new set of EarPods, with a USB-C connector, when it's not available to any other Apple device.
Maybe Apple will show me wrong and it would not be the first time that it should happen.
Oh, it's not long to wait now – it seems like iPad Pro expectation starts to build.
If you & nbsp; liked & nbsp; Proof suggests New iPad Pro is amazing nearby, with a new Apple pencil
It seems it's not long before Apple announces its next iPad Pro tablet. The date is unverified, but it's likely to be late in October. can read about possible dates here or more evidence that the new tablet is very close and can support a new Apple pen.