Apple’s upcoming iPad Pro will feature a 12.2-inch display, and be nearly as thin as an iPhone 6 (6.9mm), according to a new report from Macotakara. Citing reliable sources, the Japanese outlet says the device¬†will also contain stereo speakers, and a microphone, on both its top and bottom edges.

Additionally, the outlet claims that the design of the device is largely based on the iPad Air 2,¬†and it has provided a rough sketch of the tablet, which you can see above. There’s not much to the illustration, but there does seem to be a row of what looks like speaker holes across the device’s top bezel.

The larger iPad¬†has been bouncing around the Apple rumor mill for several months now, but this is the first time we’ve heard of the extra speakers and the 12.2-inch display‚ÄĒprevious reports have pointed to 12.9-inch. Macotakara has certainly been wrong before, but it has a fairly solid track record.

It’s believed Apple wanted to launch the so-called iPad Pro this fall, but due to complexities in the project and resource demand for¬†the new iPhones, it was forced¬†to push it back until early 2015. The tablet is expected to focus on productivity, aiming at the Microsoft Surface Pro and similar devices.