Rumors of a new 10-inch iPad are not new, and they have been circulating for quite some time now. Now the infamous hit-and-miss DigiTimes has thrown his hat into the ring and said that a new tablet will arrive "late third quarter" from 2019.
The new tablet is assumed being a 10.2-inch screen, and while Apple normally releases new iPad's in October, this latest report will mean it was announced in September – the same month as the iPhone lineup in 2019, and potentially even the same day.
Of course, now would be a good time to remember that DigiTimes has a somewhat flaky history when it comes to making predictions like this one right. Sometimes it causes things to be looked at, while others may not be more wrong if it had stated its explicit goal to do so.
At this time, the existence of a new iPad is not in doubt, with too many sources already saying that it is in the works.
The usually reliable Ming-Chi Kuo has already had its say on it, with the new 10.2-inch iPad device replacing the current 9.7-inch offering.
We tend to pay more attention to what Kuo is saying than DigiTimes reports, but even though September is not the time frame Apple is working on, we do not expect the new iPad to be announced too far into the fourth quarter rather.
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