With Apple’s big iPad Pro announcement at last weekend’s WWDC, it was only natural that some new devices would be unveiled at the event.
But it looks like you’re going to have to make do with a few different devices.
As Apple revealed in a blog post today, the iPad Pro is set to be released with a couple different screen sizes.
In terms of what the iPad Pros screen sizes are, you can see that the iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 2 are both set to get a 5.7-inch display.
But the iPad Mini 2 is going to be the new standard for 5.5-inch displays, with the iPad 3 coming in at a 6.5 inch screen.
And the iPad 4 will get a 7.9-inch screen, with Apple suggesting that it’s “going to be a premium” device.
In terms and price, it looks as though you’ll be able to pick up either the 6.1-inch iPad Air or the 7.8-inch and 7.1 inch iPad mini 4 for around $200-$300.
You can see the full list of specs at the bottom of the article, but in the meantime, we’ve included the full specs sheet for both of these new iPads below.
The iPad Air 4 will be coming to the US on March 28th, and it looks to have the same 5.8 inch display as the iPad 1.5, which will be its first device to get 5.0-inch screens.
The iPad Air 1.0 was announced in September 2017, and the Air 2 came out in October 2018.
The Air 3 has been rumored to be arriving soon, so it’s not too much of a surprise that it’ll be coming later this year.
The new iPad Air 3 is set for a March 30th release.
The Air 2 comes with a 7-inch touchscreen display, but it has a larger battery than the Air 1 and will be priced at $299.
The iPad Mini 4 is set up to be priced around $150.
The Mini 3 is $100 cheaper, and you can find the Mini 3 in the US starting at $100.
The mini 2 is available for $100 less, and there are no pricing information available for the mini 4.
The new iPad Pros will be arriving on March 29th, with more details on those devices being revealed at WWDC.