We’ve obtained a tipoff that main distribution stations for merchants have go out of iPad Air 2 offer, in front of the iPhone 7 occasion in a few days on Friday. Which means that merchants are operating dry of iPad Air 2 models to market onto clients. This really is often show of an upcoming refresh.  As demonstrated in the screenshots, new inventory of iPad Air 2 is believed significantly beyond the Sept 7th day of the Apple occasion, which may claim that Apple is altering up the iPad selection within the next handful of months.

Nevertheless, this doesn’t truly seem sensible with additional reviews that been swirling. We haven’t noticed something about Apple preparing new iPads for launch this year. the most recent statement from KGI around the issue believed to not anticipate an iPad refresh until 2017 …

As demonstrated from the screenshots in the submission program, all iPad Air 2s are displaying as “0 accessible” across all shades and dimensions.

The KGI statement from the handful of months before, which goes counter towards the newest source on offer vanishing, stated that Apple is focusing on a brand new iPad Pro 12.9-inch and a cheaper 9.7 inch iPad for early-middle next year. Possibly, Apple is getting ready to take away the iPad Air 2 from the selection to create space to get a cheaper 9.7 inch iPad next year. Apple could also would like to eliminate the iPad Air 2 entirely anyhow because it just starting to display its era.

This could imply no fresh iPads are set-to be-released any time in the future however it might represent a big change within the selection. This could indicate the iPad Pro 9.7 inch, launched in March, whilst the flagship Apple pill.

Purchasing an iPad Air 2 from Apple’s own site can also be estimating delivery quotes in the 7th even when it isn’t purely out-of stock. We aren’t completely sure what this all means however it appears like really accidental time normally in front of the iPhone 7 occasion. Stay tuned in to 9to5Mac for full-coverage of everything Apple shows …

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