According to a new rumor, the next iPad Pro release will take place in the first half of 2021. The upcoming iPad Pro will likely receive an A14X chip and 5G support.
iPad Pro release early 2021
The upcoming iPad Pro may appear months earlier than we previously thought. A message from the Twitter account L0vetodream predicts an iPad Pro release in the first half of 2021. This makes the nice launch moment a bit more concrete. Many other insiders only predicted the year Apple would release the device in their forecast.
The tasty also suggests that the new iPad Pro will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 modem with 5G support. This modem supports both short-distance connections and a more stable 5G connection. The former variant offers higher speeds but is especially suitable for large cities with many connection points. The second is also suitable for sparsely populated areas. If you want to know more about the latest generation of internet connection, read our explanation article about what 5G is.
L0vetodream accurately revealed several details about the new iPhone SE before others did. For example, the account predicted that the iPhone SE would launch in the second week of April in three different storage capacities. In addition, the account accurately claimed that the current iPad Pro 2020 models would appear in the third week of March.
A while ago we assumed that Apple would release its new iPad Pro at the end of this year. Later, well-known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted that the iPad Pro release will take place in 2021 at the earliest. Ultimately, many analysts and treats now share the same expectation, including the equally reliable Jeff Pu.
According to previous rumors, the next-generation iPad Pro is equipped with a mini-LED display. Mini LED screens will make the products thinner and lighter. However, this shouldn’t be at the expense of screen quality. With some products, Apple uses OLED displays, such as the iPhone 11 Pro.
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Source: L0vetodream (Twitter)