Next-gen Apple iPad Pro renders are out and it might be disappointing for many
As shown in renders, the device will have a square shaped camera bump at the back, which you can also finding the current ones.
If you have been tracking Apple's timeline of launching its iPad Pro tablets, you must be aware that the company usually takes around 18 months before it launches the next-gen iPad Pro. So, going by the current timeline, the company should be launching its next device by October this year. However, Apple seems to be changing its timeline this year, and in fact, might launch its iPad Pro 2021 model as soon as this March.
While there is no word on what features will it have, some leaked CAD renders have been revealed, giving us an idea on its design. The renders of the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2021) models have been obtained by my 91 Mobiles. These indicate that Apple is indeed planning to bring minimal design changes in the next set of iPad Pro tablets.
As shown in renders, the device will have a square shaped camera bump at the back, which you can also finding the current ones. The layout is also said to be the same, including a main camera, an ultra-wide shooter and a leader sensor.
However, it is being said that the image quality sensors and the lenses might get an upgrade. At the front, there is the usual all screen design.
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The bezels are said to be marginally less in the upcoming iPad Pro. Also, the 11-inch iPad Pro 2021 might be a little smaller than its 11-inch iPad Pro (2020) counterpart. This could be due to the smaller bezels and the switch to a much-anticipated mini OLED display. As for the measurements, the 2021 11-inch iPad model might be saved around 245.7x176.6x5.9mm.
Also said is that there will be quad speakers on the sides, along with a magnetic strip that will be used to charge the second generation Apple Pencil.
At the bottom, there might be a USB type-C port for charging and data transfers. At the top, the tablet will have the same power button like in current models. However, it's unclear if it will integrate the Touch ID like the iPad Air 4 or not.
As per previous rumours, the next-gen iPad Pro is said to feature company's A14X bionic chipset, which should offer better performance over the existing A12Z Bionic. In addition, they might also support 5G as the company has already shown the interest in it during the launch of the iPhone 12 series.
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