There have been rumors regarding the possible launch of new iPad Pro models in 2020. Now, iOS 14’s leaked code suggests that Apple could launch four new iPad Pro versions to replace the current-generation 11-inch iPad Pro and 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
An unreleased iPad carrying the model number A2229 has been registered by Apple in the Eurasian Economic Commission database. Apple and other companies are required to register their new and upcoming devices with the Eurasian database before they can release it to the public in Armenia, Belarus, Russia, and other countries that are a part of Eurasia.
The production of various Apple products, including AirPods, iPads, iPhones, and Macs, seems to have taken a hit due to the Coronavirus outbreak. However, there appears to be an unexpected result of the pandemic, which is working in the iPad maker’s favor.
Apple has filed an application with USPTO for a product that the brand calls an ‘electronic accessory device.’ Going by the patent, it is a docking station for various kinds of devices, such as smartphones or tablets, in the form of a laptop. It will basically add an additional display, a physical keyboard, and a trackpad to your iPhone or iPad.
If you have been holding off your purchase of the iPad 10.2 to buy it at a discounted price, there is some good news for you. Amazon is offering pretty exciting discounts on the tablet from Apple.
Earlier this year, Apple surprised everyone by announcing the 10.5-inch iPad Air. However, if the rumor mill is anything to go by, Apple is also working on a new 10.2-inch iPad which has seemingly just passed through the Eurasian database.
Apple yesterday surprised everyone by releasing the 10.5-inch iPad Air instead of a new 2019 iPad. This was accompanied with the iPad mini 5 featuring some massive internal changes. Both the tablets pack the 7nm A12 Bionic chip which is found inside the iPhone XS and iPhone XR making them a powerhouse.
Following the release of the new 10.5-inch iPad Air and the iPad mini 5, Apple has discontinued selling the previous 10.5-inch iPad Pro and the iPad mini 4.
Last week was quite a roller coaster for the airline industry across the globe. Following an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max crash which killed all 157 passengers and crew members onboard, airlines around the world went ahead and grounded the plane citing safety issues. Now, while the investigation behind the crash is still ongoing, it has revealed some startling truth. Since the Boeing 737 Max is similar to the Boeing 737 itself, many pilots learned how to fly the plane on an iPad instead of a proper simulator.