14 February 2020
Apple is reportedly planning two new iPad Pro models which it may launch in March 2020. According to the very reliable @OnLeaks, these are 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models and they may feature some major changes compared to the last models that were introduced in 2018. There were speculations that the new iPad Pro would launch this year but this never happened and now standing at the edge of the completion of this year, we are presented with some renders of 2020 iPad Pros.
In association with iGeeksBlog, the tipster has shared the complete renders of both 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models. According to @OnLeaks, the 2020 iPad Pro models may feature the same dimensions as seen in 2018 models, with the same 5.9mm thickness found on the 11-inch model (minus the camera bump). However, the camera bump on the new iPad Pro models is said to be big and this may make the overall thickness a bit more than before.
Compared to the previous iPad Pro models, the new ones have triple rear cameras which is a major change. The leak which is majorly about the renders doesn’t accompany any other detail. But a report came in the past from a Japanese publication Mac Otakara revealed the next iPad Pro models will be released with the triple cameras. Although this was claimed for the 2019 models, now we will see it happening next year only. The report claimed the three cameras will include a telephoto sensor, a wide-angle sensor in addition to the standard primary sensor, similar to iPhone 11 Pro.
As per renders, the 11-inch iPad Pro will showcase metal back, just like the current iPad Pros. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro will display a glass back panel that is available on the iPhone 11 Pro. It is expected that the new iPad Pro models will include A13X chip as Apple always uses new chips introduced in September or October in its new iPad models.
Nothing else can be deduced from the renders given but taking the reference of a prediction made by the famous analyst Ming-Chi Kuo earlier this month, Apple could use a new display technology for its 2020 iPad models.
Let’s wait for more information to come in.