2020 is here, and it seems that Apple is planning to kick-off the year with a bang as recent reports suggest that Apple might reveal its next batch of iPad Pros, and tech geeks are looking forward to the changes that Apple will introduce in the new devices.
2019 was quite a busy year for the company as they have already unveiled their much-talked-about iPad mini 5 and iPad Air. With each passing day, reports are flooding in, and saving you the trouble, we have gathered all the recent updates and information regarding the device, so here is everything you need to know about the upcoming iPad Pros.
Apple iPad Pro 2020 Design & Display
In terms of the design, industry experts expect little to none changes to the model introduced by Apple back in 2018, and Apple is expected to go with its usual slim bezels and compact look. The device is expected to have a C-type charging slot along with a display of 11-inch (1668×2388 pixels) and a PPI of over 260. The display should also feature a ProMotion technology, an anti-reflective layer, and True Tone technology.
Apple iPad Pro 2020
Apple iPad Pro 2020 Camera
The new iPad Pros are said to sport a camera similar to that of the iPhone 11 Pro, and users may find a triple camera setup on the rear side. Along with that, a new 3D technology is rumored to be implemented, the details of which will get available in the coming days.
iPad Pro 2020 Hardware Specifications
In terms of specs, if rumors are to be believed, the newer Apple iPad Pros would be powered by the latest processor A13 or A14X, while the traditional storage options of 1 TB, 512 GB, 256 GB, and 64 GB will probably remain intact.
iPad Pro 2020 update
The officialis yet to be revealed, and however, according to the latest updates, the new Apple iPad Pros is expected to release in March/April 2020.
The newer iPads are supposed to come out as soon as the end of this month, and the world is waiting for it. We already have started seeing several big developments, including worrying news that LG Innotek has closed operations due to the COVID-19 factor, but if the closure lasts long, Apple might face trouble in producing the iPad Pros to meet the global demand.