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.
Apple is reportedly working on an iPad keyboard with a built-in trackpad due to launch later this year alongside the next-generation iPad Pro. The keyboard accessory will be another step from Apple to position the iPad Pro lineup as a laptop replacement for many.
Earlier rumors claimed that iPad Pro will receive an update in the first half of this year. Typically, Apple updates iPad Pro every 18 months on an average and thus the 2020 iPad Pro might be launched in March this year.
Apple is expected to launch its first iPad and iPhone with 5G in the second half of this year. The timeline is provided by multiple reports emerging from Taiwanese publication, Digitimes.
Earlier reports had predicted a triple rear camera unit on the upcoming iPad Pro. Now a fresh report by Korean website cites that mass production for the depth-sensing camera will begin by the end of this year.
DigiTimes believes that Apple will release the 10.2-inch iPad towards the end of the third quarter. This possibly means that Apple could unveil this tablet alongside the iPhone 11 lineup at its September event.
As reported earlier, Apple seems all set to launch new iPad’s this year. Five new unreleased iPad’s have been spotted on the Eurasian Economic Commission. The iPad models include A2068, A2197, A2198, A2228, and A2230.
Rumors regarding a future iPad Pro that boasts a 10-inch display won’t go quietly into the night.
A new report from DigiTimes claims that the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro and the upgraded 12.9-inch iPad Pro from Apple will not ship until May or June. The company is expected to unveil them at a March event.
The Smart Keyboard was one of the major accessories for the original 12.9-inch iPad Pro (and the smaller variant as well), and it looks like Apple has ideas on how to change the next iteration of the keyboard.