Apple is set to release its newest iPad Pro next year and it will arrive with triple-lens camera and 3D system technology. The 3D sensor will be the device’s main centerpiece and it was learned that Apple has been developing this feature for years.

According to Bloomberg, this is more advanced compared to the Face ID sensor thus it is a great addition. The publication also mentioned that the iPad Pro 2020, as well as the new batch of iPhones, may be fitted with the new operating system called the “rOS” to allow the devices to be linked with glasses and headsets for AR and VR use.

Leaked Details

The looks of the iPad Pro 2020 was revealed when a photo of its dummy unit was leaked through social media. Sonny Dickson claimed that they have obtained the final design for the newest iPad Pro and they got it from a reliable source who they said has repeatedly leaked accurate details of iPhone 11 Pro in the past.

It was said that the hardware of iPad Pro 2020 is very much the same as the features of the iPhone 11 Pro. With the extensive similarities, it can be easily assumed that it will offer the same benefits to the users.

Features and Specs

As per Mac World, the iPad Pro 2020 is coming with triple-lens 12 MP rear camera and 7MP front-facing camera. There will be four-speaker audio and 4K video for crisp video clips.

It will have a A13X Bionic processor with M12 coprocessor for improved power efficiency and will likely to be available in 64GB storage and possibly 256GB and 1TB too. The iPad Pro 2020 is said to arrive with a mini LED screen, 3D sensing camera and 5G network connectivity.

Price and Release Date

Finally, the Apple iPad Pro 2020 will be sold in two shades and these are Silver and Space Gray. For the prices, it was predicted to retail starting at $799 for the 11-inch unit and $999 for the 12.9-inch version. The device will be launched some time in the spring of 2020.

The successor to the iPad Pro is currently in the works. Getty Images/Justin Sullivan

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