After sharing some details about the 9th generation iPad this week, MacOtakara announced today that Apple plans to release the next generation iPad Pro in March this year. The new models are expected to have a similar design to the current generation, but with a Mini-LED display for the 12.9-inch version.
MacOtakara previously said that the iPad Pro 2021 will remain with the same design as the 2020 models and this seems to be the case as the blog reaffirmed this in today’s report. However, sources told the blog that Apple has reduced the number of speaker holes by two thirds in the new models and their position has also changed.
The new rear camera module will also be similar to the one included in the iPad Pro 2020 with a boom, but MacOtakara says the lenses will no longer have a bulge. In confirmation of previous rumors, today̵
Mini-LED is a new form of backlight used for LCD screens that includes many of the advantages such as OLED – but can offer increased brightness, improved energy efficiency and less risk of burns. That’s why Apple plans to use it in its larger shielded devices, not in OLED.
The next generation iPad Pro is expected to be announced in March. In its latest report, the Japanese blog said that Apple will also release a new generation of entry-level iPad this year, which will be based on the iPad Air 3 with smaller frames and a thinner body, but retaining the Home button with Touch ID
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