A little over a week ago, Apple announced the date of one of the most anticipated conferences for Apple users, the date of the official launch of new versions of iOS, tvOS, macOS and watchOS firmware. The WWDC, the World Conference for Developers, is the starting point for developers and users of the public beta to begin adapting their applications or, failing that, collaborate with Apple to improve the performance and stability of the system.
These conferences are held in June, but a few months earlier, Apple usually performs another Keynote in which it presents the renovation of some of its devices. With a few days to go in March, Apple has yet to officially announce whether it will hold a Keynote in March, according to the latest rumors, the iPad will receive a new member, a device that would have a screen of 10 , 5 inches but that kept the same size of the 9.7-inch iPad. To do this, Apple would minimize the edges of the screen.
The latest rumor related to this device and published by Forbes, claim that the resolution of this new iPad 10.5 inches would have a resolution of 2,224 x 1,668 pixels. The 9.7-inch iPad Pro has a resolution of 2,048 × 1,536. According to this report, it would not change the density of pixels, which would be the same in both models; 264 points by inch. Earlier rumors had claimed that this 10.5-inch model could offer the same resolution as the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, but mathematically it is impossible.