Is the iPad Pro the best product Apple has ever created?

Reportedly, it will be showcased along with the Apple iPhone 5se and the Apple iPad Air 3.

Apple is now eying March 14th for the announcement event, according to 9to5Mac.

Since iPad Air launched, users spend less money on iPads, as the upgrade cycle is of 2-4 years.

4K display coming soon?With the launch of the iPad 3 in early 2012, Apple introduced a very high resolution (at the time) display, with 2048-by-1536 resolution.

The iPad Air 3, just like its predecessors, will sport a 9.7-inch screen.

While we're not sure how accurate this leaked design drawing can be, it would be nice if Apple included four speakers on the next-gen iPad Air 3. It also marked the first time iPad mini sales beat out those of the iPad Air. The first three generations of iPads were all announced during the first-half of the year until Apple moved the announcements to the fall. There is a clear Apple logo along with a like four-speaker audio system that is much similar to iPad Pro.

According to fresh goss, the new version of Apple's 9.7-incher will come packing iPad Pro-inspired speakers and support for the glorious Apple Pencil. Now the iPad Air 3 is being tipped to have 4GB of RAM and a 4K display. However, there will apparently be no 3D-touch related features in the iPad Air 3. The gen-next iPhone will also come out with the gen next iPad devices - the iPad Air 3 is largely speculated to release in 2016.

Business Insider notes that launching the device by March could help turn around the company's slumping sales of its tablet line, which plummeted another 25% last quarter.

The Oxide TFT display technology will allow for more uniform color and brightness, and improved contact on the iPad Air 3. While all the action was focussed upon the iPhone 5se device until now, it's now getting revealed that Apple will have a couple of other goodies brought in alongside its compact iPhone.

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