Apple Reportedly Shelves Plans for Larger iPad

DigiTimes claims that Apple has shelved its project to produce a larger sized iPad in a new report.

In addition to Apple's rumored 12.85-inch tablet, Samsung Electronics has already launched a 12.2-inch Android-based enterprise tablet, while Asustek Computer is planning to release a 13.3-inch dual-OS tablet. However, most of the large-size tablet projects face difficulties because of lack of support from related platform developers and ecosystems. Apple has also been said to shelved its large-size tablet project. 

Notably, the often accurate KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently said that Apple will release a new iPad Air this year but will hold off on updating the iPad mini or releasing a larger 12.9-inch iPad until 2015.

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