Apple 2020 iPad Pro Rumor Roundup
Another year, another iPad. Except this season marks the 10th anniversary of Apple’s tablet computer. And with collapsing unit sales, there is some rumor among business experts that Apple will have to deliver something greater and better to stem these declines and finally help the iPad regain its past glory.
Apple 2020 iPad Pro
Apple has continued to stick with quiet on the matter, but there is mounting evidence that the company has planned something substantial with this year’s iPad Pro. Continue reading for our appearance at the latest on Apple’s following iPad Pro and what we could expect from the background when it hits store shelves this year.
There haven’t been many words about exactly when this year Apple will unveil fresh iPads, apart from reports which could occur sometime in the first quarter. Pricing can also be unknown, but thinking about Apple enjoys to deliver new versions with the exact same pricing as the preceding year, there’s a good chance of seeing a beginning price of $799 for the 11-inch model and $999 for the 12.9-inch model.
Get Ready for a Better Smart Keyboard:
Apple was trying to turn the iPad into a better notebook option, and a brand-new Smart Keyboard might help the business achieve that goal. According to a recent report from Digi times, Apple is working on a new Smart Keyboard accessory which would include backlit keys. That should make the device a bit easier to use in densely populated surroundings and go a long way in making the iPad Pro feel like a true notebook replacement.
A Triple-Lens Camera Array:
Last year, Apple unveiled new iPhones with a triple-lens camera selection. And also, the company might follow suit for this year’s iPad Guru, according to successive leaker On Leaks.
Apple is about to use the same triple-lens camera array in this year’s iPad Pro lineup, according to the report. While that should translate to better photos, it also means the new iPad Pros could be slightly thicker than last year’s versions, which did not require as much space as it would accommodate three cameras.
Plan on Improved AR:
In a surprise twist, there appears to be a higher probability that Apple will use the back cameras at the iPad Guru to boost its augmented-reality cred. Apple will utilize a time-of-flight detector in the iPad Guru, according to a report in the West news outlet The Elec. Which should allow for improved 3D imaging and the ability to create a much better augmented-reality experience in the device. Or, Apple could choose to deliver the feature in this year’s iPhones first and bring the time-of-flight sensor to iPads after that.
According to On Leaks, which allegedly obtained advice on this year’s iPad Experts, Apple is sticking to the same 11- and – 12.9-inch screen sizes this year. That is excellent news because those screen dimensions are generally about the right size for most folks.
A Mini LED Surprise?
Though previous iPad versions have stuck into LCD panels, there is an option that Apple may turn to Mini LED technologies in this year’s iPad Pro lineup. Reports have been spinning for months that Apple will move to Mini LED, which offers lots of advantages of OLED, such as great color and thin designs, but does not suffer from burn-in.
And this previous year, TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuok recommended Apple could turn into Mini LED in 2020 iPads, creating a unique opportunity for the organization to showcase the newest technologies and place it ahead of competing devices. After all, Apple will bundle 5G inside this season’s iPhones, and it would make sense for iPads to follow suit.