You Might Want to Hold Off Buying A Budget iPad Until March

Rodiano Bonacci
Febbraio 21, 2018

History suggests this means an iPad refresh is coming sooner rather than later.

According to French website Consomac, two devices have popped up in documents filed by the Eurasian Economic Commission - an official regulator that requires devices to be registered before release in the region. Apple has done just that, registering two new products carrying the identifiers A1954 and A1893. Recent rumors have suggested Apple would wait until this fall to release new iPad Pro models with FaceID and a notch similar to what's now found on the iPhone X. Although, that feature set would likely be part of an iPad Pro refresh.

The DigiTimes (via 9to5Mac) previously reported that Apple was working on an even more affordable $259 iPad for a second-quarter release. The current budget iPad, which launched in March 2017, starts at $329. Instead, it is most likely that the models listed in the database are the next-generation 9.5-inch models.

Are you planning on buying a 2018 budget iPad?

Since these two new 2018 iPad models are expected to be refreshed version of last year's model, it's likely that Apple won't make a big deal out of it.

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