Apple’s announcement of the new tablet was met with a mixed reception from customers, but the company is expected to have more to say about the device in the near future.
Apple unveiled its new iPad Pros in late October with a host of new features, including a redesigned 5.5-inch screen and the introduction of Apple Pencil, a new handwriting recognition app that also allows for quick edits and the ability to quickly scan a message for editing.
While the new Pro’s price is reportedly $799, many were concerned that the tablet’s specs and price tag could leave consumers wanting more, as the company said it would only offer the tablet in one color: silver.
While Apple has yet to release an official list of specifications for the new device, many outlets reported the device would include a 5.2-inch touchscreen, a Snapdragon 835 processor, a 12MP camera, a microSD card slot, a 3,100mAh battery, and a new fingerprint sensor.
According to AppleInsider, the iPad Pro will also support 802.11ac wireless networking, allowing for wireless charging.
While it’s possible that Apple will continue to offer the iPad in a number of colors, there’s no guarantee that consumers will see a device like the iPad Air 2 that can rival the new, premium model.