iPad Air 3 to launch in March with powerful features

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The upcoming Apple iPad Air 3 is expected to arrive with upgraded display, improved processing powers and extended battery. Apple is set to hold its next event in March, as the event is getting closer, more reports are pouring in about its various upcoming packages. Though the expectations are not as high for the iPad Air 3 on March event but a surprising unveiling is not beyond possibilities.

iPad Air 3

A fresh report suggesting the key improvements on the new iPad Air 3 emerged, citing Apple’s supply Chain sources. Considering the details, leaked out from Apple supply chain resources, the iPad Air 3 will bring a considerable bump in display as compared with the iPad Pro. Though it seems unlikely, the 4K display on the iPad Air 3 brings higher resolution than the iPad Pro.

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Besides the display boost, the report claims that the upcoming iPad Air 3 will bring extended battery. Apple is likely to not compromise the slimness of the upcoming iPad over the battery powers. But considering the supply chain report, if any improvement over the standard 10-hour battery life is made, it would be to support the additional features that are expected on the iPad Air 3.

iPad Air 3

There are possibilities that Apple may announce the iPad Air 3 during its March event where other devices are also listed for unveiling. The key devices for March unveiling include the much anticipated 4-inch iPhone 5se, and the Apple Watch is also expected to get an entirely new collection of Watch bands.

The iPad Air 3 was also discussed last days with an alleged diagram showing its design concept. As the alleged schematic suggested, the upcoming iPad Air 3 will arrive with four speakers and LED flash on its rear face. The reports so far are suggesting several upgrades over the iPad Pro design. Apple is however expected to bring some key additions on its upcoming iPad following the depressed year-on-year sale.

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