Two leading market researchers said that the decision to swerve the iPad 5 moniker for iPad Air was a sure sign that a bigger, and more powerful, iPad could soon be on the horizon.
"The name change is likely intentional. Everything that Apple articulates it does for a reason," RW Bair analyst Will Power told USA Today. "Developing an iPad that is better designed for productivity is something that could very well make sense.
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Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster concurs and thinks that any such ‘iPad Pro’ would be [...]