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Apple is rumored to be working on a larger iPad Pro with a 12.9-inch display, with production set to commence from September. According to the Wall Street Journal, the tablet will feature USB 3.0 ports to allow faster data transfer with external hard drives. The tablet is also said to feature ports to connect to external keyboards and mice.
Apple has continued to rework some of the features of the larger iPad. It is now considering the faster technology for data synchronization between the larger iPad and other computing devices.
Apple is now considering adding USB ports and adopting so-called USB 3.0 technology, a much faster version that promises to transfer data up to 10 times as rapidly as current USB ports, one of the people said.
The company has also been considering adding ports to connect to a keyboard and mouse, the people said.
The larger-sized iPad Pro will reportedly target professional users looking to get work done on the go. Wall Street Journal does state that the final design is not locked down yet, meaning that the aforementioned connectivity features may not make their way onto the retail version of the iPad Pro.
Source: Wall Street Journal
Bueno, en realidad no, porque en el Banco de Canadá están pidiendo a la gente que no se dedique a tunear los billetes de 5 dólares en los que sale el séptimo primer ministro de la historia de Canadá, Sir Wilfrid Laurier ya que aunque la práctica no es ilegal dicen que esto puede acortar la duración de los billetes, peeeeeero…
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