Apple finally presented a new iPad in September, But we’re hearing some stories about a company that probably introduce more new tablets within a months. And, given that Apple has already brought out new versions of the iPad, iPad Air and iPad Mini in 2019, it’s just like an update to the iPad Pro — last refreshed in October 2018 — is what’s on deck.
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On Sept. 10, Apple introduced the newest iPad, keeping the entry-level price at $329 but somehow make the display larger than before. Moreover, they added a keyboard dock connector. Before that, back in March, the company unveiled two new models — the updated iPad Air and iPad Mini. But it’s been nearly a year since the company last refreshed its iPad Pro lineup, It seems that new versions are waiting for the wings.
Some credible sources, like Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman and Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, certainly have predicted launch dates for previous Apple products, have some reports about forthcoming iPad Pros. As a matter of fact, the usual cohort of internet leakers, code-exploring developers and professional renders have also weighed in with their own predictions, grainy images and clues uncovered from deep within the iPadOS beta code. Apple, as usual, did not say anything to a request for comment. Nevertheless, we’ve rounded up the most interesting and plausible rumors below.
New iPad Pro coming in Q4 2019 or Q1 2020
Until the invitations are sent, we don’t know exactly when Apple is going to unveil the next-generation iPad Pro. Most of the rumors had called it for the fourth quarter of 2019, which would make sense, given that Apple delivered the last batch of Pros in October 2018. The newest intel from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, however, has pushed that timeline out a bit; his newest report suggests that the company will unveil the next Pro model sometime during the first half of 2020, according to MacRumors.
The new iPad Pro will have camera technology
The best and the most– and somehow the only — major design difference coming with the next iPad Pro is the camera. We’ve seen a number of reports that they are predicting the addition of a triple-lens range just like one on the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. But you should know that the trio of cameras isn’t the whole story. Previously rumored to be in development for implementation on the 2020 iPhone, new information suggests that Apple’s next-generation “time-of-flight” camera technology may instead debut on the next version of the iPad Pro.
Moreover Bloomberg has reported that the technology — which develops the scanning range of the current iPhone’s front-facing camera from 20 inches up to 15 feet, and applies it to the rear-facing lens — will be a main key component of the company’s forthcoming augmented reality applications, which may also involve a dedicated headset.
The new iPad Pro will have a mini-LED display
You should know that Kuo has predicted that the new iPad will have an LED screen supplied by Epistar, a leading Taiwanese display manufacturer. Based on MacRumors, which published an article about the report, the “Mini-LED” display will equipped with a “thinner and lighter” footprint also it can make better image quality that’s even higher than that generated by the OLED panels on the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. And here’s a stat for you: according to Kuo, “the future iPad and MacBook displays will each use approximately 10,000 LEDs, compared to 576 in Apple’s upcoming Pro Display XDR.” Sounds bright.
New iPad Pros coming in 10-inch and 12-inch sizes
For the first time since it launched in 2010, in September Apple presented the display size of its flagship iPad, going from the traditional 9.7 inches to a slightly larger edition. But, as a matter of fact, we don’t really expect that Apple provides some changes to screen size for the 2019 Pro line. Kuo’s latest report offers that Apple intends to stick with the 11- and 12.9-inch sizes with the two next Pro models.
The iPad Pro will probably have the A13 processor
Apple presented the A13 processor in September, building it into each of its three new phones for 2019. In the iPhone, at least, CNET’s Scott Stein found the new processor to be “a bit faster in single tasking, and a bigger leap in multitasking. Graphics performance seems great and its look like the last year’s iPad Pro.” Obviously, we expect Apple to follow tradition, graduating the next Pro models to the A13 chip — especially since the A12X Bionic processor, first used in the iPhone XS and 2018 iPad Pro, has now been deployed in the less expensive iPad Mini.
The next iPad Pro will be even pricier
All the rumors about the time-of-flight camera and LED display are saying the same stories, actually, the next iPad Pros could be more expensive than the current models, that they don’t have any bargain, starting at $799 and $999. The 15% tariff on Chinese goods that took effect in the US on Sept. 1 could also bump prices upwards, in spite of Apple’s insistence that it has taken protective measures to ease the impact on customers.
Apple has accomplished to keep prices fairly reliable and stable from generation to generation for the remainder of its tablet lineup, despite adding higher-quality displays, more advanced camera technology and ever-more powerful processors.
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