New iPad Air 3 drawing highlights the tablet's dimensions

According to the , iPad sales have been dropping by 25% yearly and one reason for this drop is the lack of a new iPad Air model.

Apple skipped over the iPad Air 3 late past year during its iPhone 6s event, and instead announced the iPad Pro, which is a large 12.9-inch tablet that's now Apple's largest iPad yet, as well as its most expensive tablet by far, with a starting price of $799. Just last week Apple reported that its iPad sales were 16.122 million, the eighth straight quarter that the company reported lower tablets sales than the year prior.

Apple may also use the event to introduce an update to the iPad Air dubbed the iPad Air 3, which may include some of the iPad Pro's features. The new model is expected to have iPad Pro features such as enhanced speakers and a smart connector -which could potentially lead to Apple creating a smaller keyboard.

Another purported schematic of the iPad Air 3 has been leaked online and it reiterates what the new tablet is expected to bring.

9to5Mac also claimed the new iPhone 5SE might not have a 3D Touch display but will contain an A9 chip, improved cameras, and support for Apple Pay support. Assuming the sources are right, we'll see new sport band colors, a Space Black Milanese Loop band, new Hermés bands, and a new band style. The 5se will be a 4-inch iPhone with a rounded design of iPhone 6s. For now consumers get to look forward to updates for the iPad Air, iPhone, and Apple Watch.

Previously many experts believed a possible Apple Watch 2 may be coming, but it's looking like that's a possibility that won't happen during the next Apple Event. These sales figures only include the Pro variant of Apple's tablet, while Microsoft's total includes all Surface variants. Many users of the iPad Pro have remarked about the high quality audio provided by the device.

After Apple's September event, this will be the company's first event this year.

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