The iPad Pro is my over all favourite device bar none. I love consuming content on it like books, web articles and comics, but then also using it for learning and notes with the pencil. I am really excited about rumoured Full Screen iPads this year, and have noticed full screen versions of the current product line hit some really nice sizes. All rumours indicate a full screen iPad this year. I think we can mostly agree on general wishes: - integrated Pencil holder that is like the AirPods, holds and charges the Pencil. Likely on the cases - keyboard cover with adjustable angles - no home button. No more accidentally hitting home while writing with the pencil I’m curious on everyone’s thought on sizes. Generally, as a rough measure, a full screen iPad will add ONE inch to the size of an iPad. 12.9” iPad - This is the most straight forward gain. 12.9 plus an inch is 13.9. The diagonal length of a standard 8.5” by 11” piece of paper is 13.9”. The true full sized paper iPad The rest of the line becomes more of a mystery. I have some theories though: The 7.9” iPad mini could become an 9” screen. If we make it a bit bigger, like when Apple went from the 9.7” ipad to the 10.5” iPad, the “mini” could end up with the same screen size as the regular iPad at 9.7”. So thats my guess on why we haven’t seen a mini upgrade. It is going to become slightly bigger, become full screen, and eventually end up replacing the normal iPad. The regular 9.7” iPad then eventually fades into the sunset, in a few years. The 10.5” ipad becomes an 11.5” iPad. Why is this important? This is a bit of a stretch, but then at this point the screen sizes matches the legendary smaller MacBook Air 11”, and is close to the current Macbook 12”. The workhorse iPad hits the screen size that lot of people consider minimum size for more “serious” work. As Jony Ive said when the iPhone X was released, they have been wanting full screen devices since the start. I bet they chose the current sizes we have partially because of what they become when full size.