The tech giant Apple will launch a trio of new iPads this spring, according to Barclays research analysts. As the iPads available at this time failed to follow the line of annual new releases and the company now seeks to create news.

Apple To Launch Three New iPads In March, Including Bezel-Free 10.9-Inch Model

For some time it has been speculated about the possibility of Apple to renew its offer in tablets. iPads available at this time failed to follow the line of annual new releases and the company seeks to create news.

An analysis of the market vendors now shows that Apple is developing three new iPads and that should already present early next year in March.

The data to support this new rumor comes from the Barclays corporate analysts, that after an assessment of the chain of Asian suppliers determined that Apple should be preparing three new iPads.

These three new models are being prepared to serve as an upgrade of some models that for some time not been an updated offer. These models will have full use of the screen, leaving out the use of frames, thus giving a further area of use, it simply means that Apple will launch Bezel-Free iPads.

It is speculated that a new 10.9-inch iPad will be created, having a size equal to the current iPad Pro 9.7 inches. This step also leads to assume that this should be the first device from Apple to dismiss the physical Home button, something that has also spoken for some time. However, there is no certainty about the final size of this iPad model.

In addition to this model, Apple should also update their Pro models, giving them some of the new features that have been developed over the years. As there is a talk of using a True Tone screen and the updated version of the cameras.

As for the iPad Mini, it should remain unchanged, continuing to Apple to base its offer on the iPad Mini 4, introduced in 2015. Nothing indicates that there are new developments in the smaller model.

This news will finally renew Appleā€™s offer on the iPads field, something you would expect to have happened this year. Several times were identified as present in Apple presentations, but never materialize.