Yesterday Apple announced the September 14th event, during which the new generation of iPhone should see the light. However, some Apple Store “movements” suggest that the iPad could also be from the game.
As MacRumors observed, in fact, immediately after the announcement of the keynote the delivery times of the iPad entry level have expanded and now to receive it at home you have to wait between three and six weeks. In some parts of the United States, but also in China, Japan and Europe, the entry level tablet is reported as “currently unavailable.”
Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, who has always been very informed about everything about the Apple world, through his Twitter account has revealed that the giant of Cupertino would ask its employees who work in the retail sector to “not speculate.” However, this extension of delivery times has certainly given rise to speculations about the possible presentation, next Tuesday, of a new version of the iPad cheaper of the line.
Previously, a possible launch of a low-cost 10.5 inch iPad with new A-line chips was mentioned, the body was thinner at 6.3mm and the design was lighter. The tablet, according to previously leaked rumors, should include 4 gigabytes of RAM, Home button with Touch ID and Lightning port.