In the first half of 2021, Apple is expected to launch its 5 G ready-to-use iPad Pro models. The latest models iPad Pro is expected to have Snapdragon X55 5 G modem from Qualcomm, which can be connected to both sub-6GHz and mm-wave 5G.
Initially, Apple was supposed to launch the new iPad Pro models later this year. A recent ChinaTimes report, however, suggested that its 5 G supporting iPad Pro was delayed until 2021.
There are also several potentials for the next-generation iPad Pro in 2021. There are several apps.
The newly launched iPad Pro is available in 11 "and 12.9" sizes based on the new Bionic chipset A12Z. The key architecture has not changed much, but a LiDAR sensor has now been added to the triple camera.
The new iPad Pro models would make their debut in the first or second quarter of 2021, suggested by a tipster who takes the name Lovetodream on Twitter. Mini LED displays for increased brightness and a wider variety of colors via a conventional OLED panel are said to be available for next-generation offerings. The tipster also said that there would be an A14X chip in the new iPad Pro models.
The new iPad Pro launch has not been clarified by Apple. However, the iPad Pro lineup was originally announced to be updated later this year. Earlier this year, renowned Apple-watching analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also suggested plans to start using LED screens for their iPad models. He stressed that amongst other devices that will be available on the market by 2021 would be the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, the 10.2-inch iPad, and the 7.9-inch iPad Mini.
The latest models come in 11-inch as well as 12.9-inch display size options with a new A12Z Bionic chip. In addition, the company has provided a new magic keyboard with the current iPad Pro models.