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Renders claiming to be the 2020 iPad Pros reveal each will have a triple rear camera


Are these Apple’s 2020 iPad Pros? Renders claiming to be the next-gen devices reveal each will have a triple rear camera system with the larger model measuring 12.9 inches

  • The leaked images suggest Apple could launch two new iPad Pros in 2020
  • One claims to be 11-inches and the other would be 12.9 inches
  • However, both of the devices are said to boast a triple rear camera system
  • The report suggests Apple could launch both of them in March 2020 

Renders claiming to be the next-gen iPad Pros suggest they will mirror the iPhone 11 Pro with the same triple rear cameras.

The images show two devices, an 11-inch and 12.9-inch, with a camera bump boasting three lenses. 

According to the leaks, the smaller iPad would be designed with a metal back, whereas the larger variant would have a glass back panel.

The report also suggests that Apple could release both of the iPad Pros in March 2020. 

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Renders claiming to be the next-gen iPad Pros suggest they will mirror the iPhone 11 Pro with the same triple rear cameras. The images show two devices, an 11-inch and 12.9-inch, with a camera bump boasting three lenses

Renders claiming to be the next-gen iPad Pros suggest they will mirror the iPhone 11 Pro with the same triple rear cameras. The images show two devices, an 11-inch and 12.9-inch, with a camera bump boasting three lenses

iGeeks Blog received the leaked images and video of the ‘iPad Pros’ from Steve H.McFly from OnLeaks, who accurately predicted the iPhone 11 Pro design in renders back in January 2018.

OnLeaks reports that the upcoming duo may have the same dimensions as the 2018 models.

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However, the site only shared the dimensions for the 11-inch iPad Pro – 248 x 178.6 x 5.9 mm (7.8 mm including rear camera bump).

The renders do paint a clear picture of how the outside of each device will be designed.

The 11-inch in the video appears to have a metal back, while the 12.9-inch boasts a glass back panel (pictured)– the same as the iPhone Pro 11

The 11-inch in the video appears to have a metal back, while the 12.9-inch boasts a glass back panel (pictured)– the same as the iPhone Pro 11

The report also suggests that Apple could release both of the iPad Pros in March 2020

The report also suggests that Apple could release both of the iPad Pros in March 2020

The 11-inch in the video appears to have a metal back, while the 12.9-inch boasts a glass back panel – the same as the iPhone Pro 11.

‘There is no confirmed details about the material of the back of both models,’ Jignesh Padhiyar with iGeeks Blog wrote.

‘Given the Apple legacy, we can claim that the brand will install A13X chip in the 2020 iPads.

‘We have been tracking the releases of iPhones, and Apple always introduces new chipset in September or October, and then the same chip is installed in iPads.’

In addition to a redesigned iPad Pro duo, Apple is set to release seven new iPhones in 2020 alone – including an array of 4G and 5G iPhone 12 models and the long-awaited iPhone SE.

Details of the new models were revealed in a private note to investors by analyst Jun Zhang of international brokers Rosenblatt Securities, leaked to Apple Insider.

The note states that the iPhone SE 2 – the successor to the iPhone SE, which was released in 2016 – will launch in March 2020.

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It will reportedly feature a 5.1-inch LCD display, a single rear camera and Apple’s latest A13 chip.

The site only shared the dimensions for the 11-inch iPad Pro (pictured)  - 248 x 178.6 x 5.9 mm (7.8 mm including rear camera bump). The renders do paint a clear picture of how the outside of each device will be designed.

The site only shared the dimensions for the 11-inch iPad Pro (pictured)  – 248 x 178.6 x 5.9 mm (7.8 mm including rear camera bump). The renders do paint a clear picture of how the outside of each device will be designed.

It will use TouchID fingerprint recognition for authentication rather than the newer FaceID facial recognition technology, and will only support 4G, not 5G.

As a result it is likely to be the cheapest model released next year, with a previous report by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo pointing to a price tag of just $399 (£299).

Meanwhile, Apple’s main iPhone 12 lineup will be released later in the year – most likely in September.

This is said to include three 5G models – the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 Pro 5G, the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro Plus 5G, and the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max 5G.

There will also be three 4G models – the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 4G, the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 Pro 4G and the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro Plus 4G.

 





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