Mac Otakara heard of "talk" from manufacturers attending the event about a switch to USB-C.
This is not the first time we've heard of Apple's plans to adopt USB-C instead of Lightning's iPad Pro models, which would bridge the gap between mobile devices and computer.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who often accurately predicts Apple's plans, said in September that Apple's 201
Mac Otakara So says the manufacturers at the event were showing off a photo of the 2018 iPad Pro that was first shared on Slashleaks last week.
The iPad Pro model will be 7 inches wide (178.52mm) and 9.7 inches tall (247.64mm), while the larger model will be 8.5 inches wide (215mm) and 11 inches tall (280.66mm). Both models could have been measured at 6mm around all sides, and at least one model may be as thin as 5.9mm.
Apple's new iPad Pro models are rumored to feature a TrueDepth camera system for Face ID and no Home button. Apple is planning to hold in Brooklyn, New York.