6 Reasons to Wait for iPad Pro 2018 & 3 Reasons Not To

Apple is reportedly working on a brand new iPad Pro for 2018 and today we want to take you through reasons why you should, and maybe shouldn’t, wait for the new iPad Pro model(s) to arrive.

If you’re hunting for a new tablet with a beautiful screen and a ton of horsepower, Apple’s iPad Pro line should be near the top of your shopping list.

The iPad Pro comes in two sizes, 10.5-inches and 12.9-inches, with three storage options (64, 256, 512GB) and four colors (silver, gold, rose gold, and gray) to choose from. You can also buy it with LTE built-in if you need always available connectivity.

They’re two of the best tablets on the market and we generally recommend going with an iPad Pro model over the iPad and iPad mini lines.

Apple’s current iPad Pro models are definitely worth considering in 2018, but you should also take note of the rumored iPad Pro 2018, a successor that’s reportedly in development ahead of an official release later this year.

iPad Pro 2018 Rumors

According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple is hard at work on a new high-end 2018 iPad Pro that will borrow some features from the company’s flagship iPhone X.

Developers poking through the iOS 11.3 beta also found reference to a new flagship iPad dubbed “modern iPad.” This is notable because Apple engineers called the iPhone X “modern iPhone.”

In early July, French site Consomac reported that Apple registered new tablets with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC). There are five new iPad model numbers and they’re registered with iOS 11. Nonetheless, the tablets are expected to launch this fall with Apple’s new iOS 12 update on board.

The same site recently discovered two additional unannounced iPad tablets at the EEC. All are expected to be models of Apple’s new iPad Pro line. It’s a sign the launch is getting closer.

On top of that, respected KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also believes Apple’s working on two brand new iPad Pro models for release this year and claims they will indeed borrow technology from Apple’s iPhone X. Kuo believes these new iPad models are still on track for release in the second half of 2018 alongside new iPhones.

This means you’ll likely have to wade through several more weeks of iPad Pro 2018 rumors before the company confirms the new model(s). Apple’s media event will likely take place in September.

While some of you might want to go ahead and pickup a new tablet today, many others should consider waiting for Apple’s next-gen iPad Pro.

Wait Because We're Close

Wait Because We're Close

Now that we're in the month of August you probably don't have to wait much longer for Apple to announce its new iPad Pro models. 

Sources claim the iPad 2018 will emerge later this year alongside Apple's new iPhones. This means you'll probably have to wait until September for the new iPad Pro models.

Apple's launch events typically take place in the first half of September and all signs point to the company keeping the same schedule in 2018. If you've waited this long, what's a few more weeks?

If you don't have time sit through several weeks of Apple rumors, or your budget won't allow you to wait for a fall release date, you should start looking elsewhere. 

Again, Apple's launched a new 9.7-inch iPad with Apple Pencil support and there are some very good reasons to consider going with this model over the Pro line. 


  1. Johan

    04/01/2018 at 12:09 am

    I have ipad air 2 now. I buy a 2018 today and when new ipad pro comes, i buy that one. I can sell 2018 then for a good price and for the time being I have a very good and brand new Ipad.
    I would regret buying an IPad pro now, because of the high price and little differences comparing ipad 2018. And selling Ipad Pro later is not possible without losing much money (price will drop a lot)


  2. priya

    04/26/2018 at 11:35 pm

    One of the strengths of the iPad product line is its flexibility when it comes to user input. You can tap on screen, dictate by voice, or connect a keyboard and type away.


    • Raj

      06/04/2018 at 1:59 pm

      That’s a common feature across all ecosystems.


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