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Discussion in 'iPad' started by snow755, Mar 11, 2017.
God I hope so. After I shattered my iPad Air 2's screen a couple of weeks ago, I've been eagerly awaiting the next ~10" iPad to come out.
And I this got me a iPad Air 2. By the way why not take your Air 2 too apple and see how much it will be replaced the screen for you
Air 2 screen replacement through Apple without accident insurance is $299.
I'd be much better off just buying a new iPad.
I'm in the same boat. My air 2 started having battery problems, then our dog shattered the screen. I'm waiting for the new 12.9 to come out. I put enough back for a 256gb cellular version, AppleCare+, and a new pencil. I've been planning this purchase for a while.
I was going to upgrade if they released a new design, especially a minimal bezel design, but now I'm going to upgrade regardless and just need something to be announced already!
This makes sense. I don't believe a March KeyNote will happen at this point.
A March event is more likely, Apple don't start moving into the new campus until April and it will take them around 6 months to move.
well see oh ends up being right macrumors or apple them self
Apple haven't confirmed anything.
They don't have to have an event to release new iPads. They can do it without an event.
Unless it's a silent update which it won't be with the rumoured 10.5" iPad Pro then they will be holding an event. If it's in March then the invites are likely to go out in the week.
They can just have a press conference or issue a press release. No need for an event.
They can but they won't, not for the iPad Pro updates they won't, if there is a rumoured 10.5" iPad Pro they won't just issue a press release they will want to get on stage to show it off.