Alongside these new products, the tech giant is also expected to announce a new iPad Pro that will replace the 2018's iPad Pro.
Here's a roundup of everything we know about the new tablet.
According to renders, the iPad Pro 2020 will retain the design of its predecessor, featuring slim and proportional bezels on all sides, rounded corners, and a flat metal frame.
However, the rear panel will get an iPhone 11 Pro-like triple camera setup to set it apart from the 2018 variant. Meanwhile, the new model will arrive in the same 12.9-inch and 11-inch display sizes.
To recall, the camera arrangement on the iPhone 11 Pro series includes a 12MP (f/1.8) main sensor, a 12MP (f/2.4) telephoto lens, and a 12MP (f/2.0) ultra-wide-angle lens. However, the upcoming iPad Pro may not get the exact same optics.
As per rumors, the tablet may get a twin-camera and another Time of Flight 3D sensor that will enhance Augmented Reality features.
On a related note, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Apple will switch from LCD to Mini LED screens on the iPad Pro and MacBook models in 2020. Hence, there is a good chance that we see this new display tech on the upcoming iPad Pro model.
For the uninitiated, the Mini LED displays are similar to OLED panels but not prone to burn-in issues.
According to rumors, the iPad Pro 2020 will be powered by the A13X Bionic chipset, and will feature upgraded internals.
The tablet will also get an upgraded Smart Keyboard which has scissor-cut switches, backlit keys, and a built-in trackpad.
As for launch, the new iPad Pro may go official as early as March-end, alongside the iPhone 9.
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